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  1. Hey Mate, I’m here, just been flat out. Some nice ideas floating about...
  2. Mate they look good. I’ll have to try that material!
  3. They look the goods Mate.
  4. Hey Mate, They look good. I bet they catch! Once you start getting creative, sky’s the limit as they say!
  5. Hi Mate, I use eye shadow! There is a lot of perfect colour options available.
  6. Hi Mate, I generally am not in a rush when I tie these, so I’d say they take about 45 mins to 1 hour each. You could finish them quicker, but I enjoy the process, so take my time.
  7. Hey Mate, looks like it’s happening, so I’d be more than happy to do a review. Watch this space...
  8. A recent tie, experimenting with colours, and layers.
  9. I haven’t had chance to do a step by step tie, but will get to it ASAP.
  10. Lol. It’s evolved. As has my choice. Think I’m going to go for the DynaKing Excalibur.
  11. Will check out the J-Vice. Cheers.
  12. Ahh yes, so there’s a few that have picked up the Law mantle!
  13. Hey Mate, Very nice. They’ll catch!
  14. Hey Mate, the two key methods, involve using eye shadow, and sharpie/marker pens and isopropyl alcohol. You can use any colour eye shadow depending on the finish your after. You only need to mix a little with the epoxy. Once mixed, it really does gives a nice sparkle to the epoxy. Gives you outstanding base colours. Using the marker pens, colour up the fly as desired, and dip a cotton bud into some isopropyl alcohol. You then dab the marker pen with the alcohol, which makes the colours dispurse, and bleed, looking much more natural. You can go on to layer colours to create depth. The possibilities are endless. I’ll do a bit of a step by step with these methods. Im still learning and experimenting.
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