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  • dg_junkie
    started a topic Who does custom stamped discs?

    Who does custom stamped discs?

    I have a Star Orc that I'd love to turn into the white Orc from the Hobbit. Yup, I'm a nerd. Deal with it!

  • Mikk
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    You could give tallpat a pm, see what he can do for ya. He does the sickest work i have ever seen, see attached pic :-)

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  • ScottW
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    Originally posted by Trozzle!!! View Post
    I am in Hillsboro and also Dye. Here is some of my work. http://s34.beta.photobucket.com/user/Troy_g/library/
    Those are some amazing dyes but I am afraid the 3rd metacarpal fracture appears to be your nicest work!!!Ouch - that had to hurt and put a damper on your disc game.

    Seriously though, nice dye jobs!

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  • Trozzle!!!
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    I am in Hillsboro and also Dye. Here is some of my work. http://s34.beta.photobucket.com/user/Troy_g/library/

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  • Simmeltron
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    *GOLLUM!*

    Here's the Gollum she did... it was actually out of her book of ready templates she could do on the fly. If I remember correctly, I think she might have actually had a template for an Orc even but I'm not positive.

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  • Kevin Madrid
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    Originally posted by dg_junkie View Post
    Cool beans. I sent her a message. Thank ya!

    I'm in the Portland area by the way.
    You can also look up Chadwick on this forum...lives in Gresham area and can dye a disc $10. Chadwick started Acerbinky Disc Golf Club... web site www.abdiscgolf.com

    Kevin

    TD The Dabney Doubles

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  • matt
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    Danni did a flamingo on my wifes pink diamond
    Awesome

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  • emmarose
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    Originally posted by Simmeltron View Post
    Not sure where you are located, but check out Disc Addiction. They are based out of Oak Harbor, but mail discs also and go to many tourneys all over the region. They, well she, does GREAT work. I'll post a pic of my Gollum disc I had made at a tourney soon.
    second this emotion ^^^. ten bucks for black dyes + 3 bucks shipping and the work is outstanding.

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  • dg_junkie
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    Originally posted by NAVA50383 View Post
    See if can find Andy Mann he does great work he uses a plotter also
    PM me with the info when ya got it. Thanks!

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  • dg_junkie
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    Originally posted by Simmeltron View Post
    Not sure where you are located, but check out Disc Addiction. They are based out of Oak Harbor, but mail discs also and go to many tourneys all over the region. They, well she, does GREAT work. I'll post a pic of my Gollum disc I had made at a tourney soon.
    Cool beans. I sent her a message. Thank ya!

    I'm in the Portland area by the way.

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  • InfamousButcher
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    this is a brilliant dye idea robby

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  • NAVA50383
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    See if can find Andy Mann he does great work he uses a plotter also

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  • Simmeltron
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    DiscAddiction...

    Not sure where you are located, but check out Disc Addiction. They are based out of Oak Harbor, but mail discs also and go to many tourneys all over the region. They, well she, does GREAT work. I'll post a pic of my Gollum disc I had made at a tourney soon.

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  • dg_junkie
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    Originally posted by Scott View Post
    Hot Stamping is a process done at the factory that puts a standard stamp on a disc. On a regular disc, the company and disc name is put on with a hot stamp. If it is a special tournament disc, that image is applied via hot stamping. These are typically one color. This process is used to make many discs with the same design.

    Disc Dying is an after-market customization. It involves cutting a design on a vinyl mask, applying it to a disc, and soaking it in a dye solution. Custom dyes can be one or multiple colors. This process is typically to make one disc with a custom design.
    Holy informative. Thanks Scott!

    Looks like my intention is disc dying.

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  • Scott
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    Originally posted by dg_junkie View Post
    YESS!

    What's the difference in hot stamp and dye?
    Hot Stamping is a process done at the factory that puts a standard stamp on a disc. On a regular disc, the company and disc name is put on with a hot stamp. If it is a special tournament disc, that image is applied via hot stamping. These are typically one color. This process is used to make many discs with the same design.

    Disc Dying is an after-market customization. It involves cutting a design on a vinyl mask, applying it to a disc, and soaking it in a dye solution. Custom dyes can be one or multiple colors. This process is typically to make one disc with a custom design.

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