Sunday, April 01, 2007

The GloCo :)

Brian dubbed this the "GloCo" which I thought was pretty cool. Here's the lit pictures with the black paint. Decals are vexing me at the moment, but it's mostly getting them to print right, which is easy enough to work out. Just gotta have time to do it. In the meantime, a few new pics of the GloCo.






























6 comments:

Biby Cletus said...

Nice post, its a really cool blog that you have here, keep up the good work, will be back.

Warm Regards

Biby Cletus - Blog

Patrick said...

I think the GloCo needs no decals to kick ass.
Good job! :)

CaptCPU said...

Thanks Biby. Drop by any time! Do you CoCo?

Angel's Luck,
Capt

CaptCPU said...

Heh, thanks Patrick. I've been seriously considering it. That paint worked so well I really like the look as is. I'll ponder on it some more (got the decals to print properly) work on the electronics. I'll post a mock up of the decals this weekend. What does everyone else think?

Angel's Luck,
Capt.

Brian said...

Cris,

Do they sell that Fusion paint in CoCo3 eggshell?

Thinking about breaking out the airbrush & doing some custom grapics on the CoCoIII.

Unfortunately, any more work I have will have to wait until my move is complete and I get my workshop built...:( The plus side is a 12X40 workshop is plenty bing enough to be considered an 'evil lab'!!!

That Gloco is seriously kicking ass, man. I wasn;t sure I'd like the green light, but, it really wicked looking.

CaptCPU said...

Well, certainly hope the move goes well. And having a dedicated evil lab will be awesome, I bet! I started in a closet. heh...

Closest Krylon comes in appears to be Dover White. But really, with any paint there's no way to know precisely what it'll do until you put it on. I'd sample it on the inside of the case somewhere unobtrusive and see how it goes.

They do Pumpkin Orange, too, for that construction site look. heh...

Angel's Luck,
Capt.