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Thinking about doing the new clubs and wanted to see some of other people jobs. So post some pics!!
Well I went ahead and did mine. Heres the irons, I'll get some pics of the wedges and putter once they dry! Not sure if I like the blue for the "forged" though.. Might have to go back to black..
Heres the wedges and putter
Looks good! I like that you didn't go overboard with the blue, especially on the wedges. Combining the white with the blue makes it look a little more classy in my opinion.
All of those look great! I don't know why I never thought of doing this. What type of paint did you use?
These look great. I would be very proud to game those babies. Nice looking set!
Here is my SC Futura X Dual Balance....
I would like to have a red alignment line on my GoLo-S and yours looks great. I would also like to know what paint you used, and how you went about painting yours. i.e. did you mask it off, or just have a steady hand?
Chris, great looking Futura!! Go Hawkeyes!!
But anywho, the type of paint I used is called Model Master Acryl. Honestly I am not sure how well it will hold up once I finally get to swing my new babies. Hopefully good but if not, on to another paint I will go!
As for my process.... I am pretty sure no one in the world has that steady of a hand to do some of those Vokey letters. In the spots I could though that is how I did it. The rest was just fill in over the edges, let dry, then softly rub over with cotton slightly wet with acetone over the area. I will gladly help anyone with more instruction, just ask!
They look very nice. I might have to try this with my irons.
Looking good guys!
You should be able to pick up some paint pens from a hobby store that have fine metal tips, almost like a needle. They definately help with the smaller fine lines.
Hope that helps,
Here is one of my 303 SS OTR Newport Putters with some custom paintfill....just for fun!
I saw at the Waste Management Open this week in Phoenix one of the pros experimenting with the same putter as I had some custom paintfill done (albeit by the Scotty Cameron CS). Sill a great putter...may look a little odd though to some!
Sharpie also makes some paint pens that will do the trick. I have done all of my wedges over the years.
I bought a paint stick at a local hardware store but was not aware that sharpie made paint pens. The paint stick does not come in a small point. Thanks for that tip. Will have to get those to use in the future, I like their points. Did one of my older SC putters in all black. Thanks TT. :-)