THIS TUTORIAL SHOWS CUSTOM PAINT FOR GIRL'S LONGSHOT
more pictures at the end of the short tutorial.
Also, taping up stuff and coming up with ideas is the hardest part. Thought you should know, still worth it though.
Step 1: Cover Areas Not Painted
First thing is to lightly sand everything, does not have to be the best, but do it and you'll be glad you did.
WARNING: Don't paint the inside of the dart and cartridge loading chamber and top of the cartridge.
Pic 1: tape areas that you don't want painted.
I obviously covered the gray and orange, and painted the the purple area
Pic 2: I covered the handgrip and painted the whole gun gray.
Pic 3: Not happy with the purple/gray style and redid all the gray areas.
Step 2: Tape Areas Not to Be Painted
Pic 1:I taped everything I wanted purple and gray; I added pin strip tape that I cut, covered the bullet chamber and cartridge chamber and muzzle inside.
I also taped the front of the gun and the top and some bottom. At the end of this is all the angles.
Pic 2: I sprayed pink onto a cardboard and brushed on the teeth looking parts. After all it is a girly girls gun.
Step 3: Finally, Let Dry and Peel the Tape Off
The finished product.
There are so many paints and manufacture that you can select from that can be used on plastic.
You pick what you want and what colors. I'm not going to tell you this part.
Step 4: More Photo Angles
Pic 5 has been clear matted that gave a variant frosty look. You don't have to go that far. vibrant look is better.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope to see what you can do.
Go and mod like a psycho.
Step 5: THE END. This Is the Sniper Girl Setup
This setup can go from sniper to assault in a quick twist.
However my daughter doesn't seem to care to much about the power of this gun.
Store bought, the longshots shoot like crap, but, only after modding the internals they shoot far.