SprayBOX Ver.1.1

thanks to the replies on the first instructable... this is kind a follow-up...
inspired by the comments...

as usual the image will explain the rest

ill leave it to you how to camouflage your individual box...
costumes are encouraged 2

have a nice spray...

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    Pumpkin$

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Maybe for 1.1 B you could add a electrical switch on the side like a morse telegraph almost, you could tap the "tab" while "Nervously waiting" for something at the mall, get it up, get out. Whaddya think?

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    fungus amungus

    12 years ago

    Have you tried this out? Looks a little sketchy to have one can in the middle of a stencil with no way to provide coverage. Why not shove four cans in there, glue a bar across the caps and have one button to activate them all?

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    kennytatheguyfungus amungus

    Reply 12 years ago

    i was thinkin the same thing, with just one can in te middle, would'nt it just spray part of the stencil? maybe there could be a way to rotate the can from the out side? i dont know...

    As much as i hate saying this the new krylons might work for this as it has like those spray patterns that spray like sideways in a line so if ou space it far enough it would work Ugh. Montana caps even are really expensive where i live the can cost up to 3 dollars the nyc skinny and fats are like 50 though

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    erfonzfungus amungus

    Reply 12 years ago

    You could try using a Montana Pink Dot cap. Those have huge coverage, but drain the paint super fast

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    coes2

    11 years ago

    u dont have to use a pink dot, u can use a german fat cap or even a ny fat cap, and they dont use paint up as much as pink dots

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    clrcdd

    12 years ago

    i used photoshop to do the diagram... and some pix from google_image_search ... took me about an hour... peaceout

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    Kactapuss

    12 years ago

    sick idea, and what program did you use to make the little diagram?

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    Chaz-imus

    12 years ago

    This doesn't seem very fun to use though, not quite as fun as hiding in the shadows then steathily spraying up your stencil. I like that way better, but hey, I may just try something new for a change.

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    Scurl!

    12 years ago

    i agree with fungus. but also this is a good idea, i never thought of this. just having a self conatined stencil box with a button....i think you've blown my mind. i'm uhh....gonna go work on something. i'll be back.

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    fungus amungusScurl!

    Reply 12 years ago

    All right, Scurl, first one to make this and post it wins... absolutely nothing. But it'll be a good project. Oh yeah, new caps from your local hip hop shoppe would help, too.

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    [mck]

    12 years ago

    Shouldn't the word "stencil" be rotate towards the spraycan... Otherwise the stencil wil be in mirror writing (I'm not sure if this is correct English so I hope you understand what I mean)

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    Murf[mck]

    Reply 12 years ago

    Yes you are correct. And just as a side note, your English is pretty damn good (far better than I've seen other places). The only obvious mistake I saw at a glance was " . . . word "stencil" be rotateD towards . . . "

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    clrcdd

    12 years ago

    yes... true