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Marmoset 09-05-2015 12:20 AM

Marm O. discs
 
I have dyed several discs and I am not really a fan. I prefer drawing directly onto my discs.
As I finish discs I will drop photos of them into this thread

first up:
DX Rhyno with a crazed warthog
https://scontent-ord1-1.xx.fbcdn.net...ea&oe=566A7B1A

PWaggoner 09-05-2015 12:23 AM

Pretty cool! What did you use? Does it wipe off? Smudge? Fade? Do you use a stencil?

@iDiscGolf 09-05-2015 12:29 AM

EXCELLENT :clap:

Marmoset 09-05-2015 12:45 AM

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Originally Posted by PWaggoner (Post 2847880)
Pretty cool! What did you use? Does it wipe off? Smudge? Fade? Do you use a stencil?

Thanks
It's sharpie; it will last for a real long time without bleeding. I didn't plan real well and his goatee spilled onto the Thumtrac. The perimeter Sharpie will eventually wear off but in my experience it will take a year of playing before that happens. I'll draw it back on when that happens.
I have a sharpied disc that was the first purchase I made so it is 15 years old... Sharpie is in the middle of the disc and still looks great :)
I prefer drawing over dyeing for several reasons. The eventual bleed of the dye is a big reason. The other is that I like DX plastic

No stencil, no pre-existing image... just my imagination, 1 thick Sharpie and 1 thin Sharpie. I don't knowingly copy other people's work

Disc Down 09-05-2015 01:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Marmoset (Post 2847899)
I don't knowingly copy other people's work

This made me chuckle. Nice job! I've always thought it was amazing how people can draw something straight from their head. My uncle is an incredible artist and as a kid I'd always ask him to draw things and he'd be able to do it in minutes just from his imagination. It always blew my mind watching him do it. I unfortunately didn't inherit that talent. Haha!

DiscJunkie 09-05-2015 08:25 AM

My son did some sharpie art on a disc and I got more comments on that than any dye, ever.
Sadly, it was picked up and never returned.

Nice art, btw.

Dr.Smooth 09-05-2015 02:59 PM

Where do you get your blank tops?

Mulligan 09-05-2015 03:16 PM

That is outstanding...
I'd like to see what you could do to a Fossil Serpent.
That plastic blend feels like it'd work great for Sharpie work.

Marmoset 09-05-2015 03:22 PM

Thanks to everyone who has commented


Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 2848077)
Where do you get your blank tops?

blank tops? I acetoned a stock disc to remove the stamp

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mulligan (Post 2848084)
...Fossil Serpent.
That plastic blend feels like it'd work great for Sharpie work.

I've never felt those before… I'll have to fondle one and see

ZAMson 09-05-2015 04:00 PM

Long time no see!
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marmoset (Post 2847899)
I don't knowingly copy other people's work

AMEN


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