Spraypaint/camo G36C ???

Discussion in 'Clothing / Gear' started by Phylos, Dec 5, 2012.

  1. Phylos

    Phylos New Member

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    Hey guys,
    I'd like to customize my G36C.
    You see lots of them on the field, so I want mine to be unique.
    I've already upgraded it internally, and now I'd like to know how I might upgrade it externally. I will eventually buy an ACOG sight even though I really don't need it and I do already have a vertical grip.
    So I thinl I will spray paint it. It must be camo for woodland environnement, and must fit to my German Army Bundeswehr flecktarn uniform.
    How does spraypainting work ? Is it hard ? Should a professional do it for me ?
    Thanks for answering :D
     
  2. soviet

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    Cut some stencils of the camo pattern you want; then spray it over with the color v
     

  3. Phylos

    Phylos New Member

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    Stencil? Isn't that a pen? Lol my english isn't good enough ^^
    So basically I must cut strips of cloth or paper, position them where I want them to be and then spray ?
     
  4. soviet

    soviet New Member

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    Take a piece of paper and cut your pattern into it and then spray over it.
     
  5. Phylos

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    Okay thanks, and how many colours do I need for woodland camo ? Is there a spraypaint that does all the colours in one ?
     
  6. soviet

    soviet New Member

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    Black, brown, dark green. I thinks that's woodland?
     
  7. Phylos

    Phylos New Member

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    Okay thanks, and one more thing, is it necessary to use a leaf for doing the pattern or can I just spray one randomly (well, not completely random, but with no real pattern)?
     
  8. DadCRO

    DadCRO New Member

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    And tan. Never forget tan.
     
  9. 1badweasel

    1badweasel New Member

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    You can use leaves and twigs from your yard to make a pattern, but it's not necessary. you can make any pattern you want with wax paper and painters tape, then cutting them out into shapes. I did multicam in this fashion.
     
  10. Shadow_Nugz

    Shadow_Nugz New Member

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    Customizing a G36 is hard, trust me, I encountered difficulties with making mine different.

    Mine is:
    G36k-painted tan
    Adding:
    G36c handguard
    Micro T-1 red dot
    KDZ stock
    (already cut the rails down)

    I loooove snakeskin so that is what I am going to roll with once I get it rolling.