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An old-School approach to customizing a computer paintjob. I originally posted this on PCAPEX but I decided to post it here cuz it was my first mod. First ...
I decided to draw my plan on a piece of paper pror to actually drawing it on the surface..
Mask the areas that are not going to be painted.
I painted the thing with Duplicolor Mirage paint, found at your local auto parts store. The only thing i did different here was when painting the black base ...
After a few days and peeling off the tape on the delicate cheap paint job that alienware provided... I began on the middle section... I used prisma chalk ...
Engrave the outline you made in chalk. To make it easier, I used blue chalk to draw over what i still needed to engrave, because white chalk was ...
Fill in the rest of the image details with chalk as before.
Engrave the remaining detailed areas and clear coat the whole thing. (I went over the bigger areas with some sandpaper about 220 grit to soften up the engraving ...
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