Ohh man, I have caught the fever, the disc dyein' fever. So after watching an awesome 20 minute tutorial on how to dye discs by Chuck and one of his buddies, I knew it was time to stay inside and start dyeing. Of course I chose to go out and purchase my materials on Sunday, this was a bad idea as I ended up making do with inferior products because sign shops were not open. I dyed my first disc a max weight Roadrunner with a Thundercats Logo, and some weird squiggly lines over the top for a gayish effect. I didnt have transfer tape, and it worked out okay, and then I spent two hours cutting out a blazers logo, which didn't make the transfer to the disc with out transfer tape, and so I was pissed, but still primed to dye another, so I free handed a wierd H design in honor of my wife Hillary. It also turned out kind of gay, but I was hooked, so I stopped by some sign shops yesterday and got hooked up with tons of vinyl, and transfer tape all for free! Myself, my wife, a buddy Shaun, and his girl Erin spent the next 6 hours or so dyeing a couple of discs each with the right equipment! Oh, man what a difference. I cannot tell anyone who has not tryed this, you are missing out, it is an awesome process, especially when the final product comes out, trust me you will not be able to stop looking at your disc at a variety of different angles, and then the ideas for your next dye start to come in and well, it's awesome. So here are my first dyes... In order 1) Roadrunner w/ Thundercats 2) Destroyer w/ free hand H 3) Orc w/ JAGER 4) Boss w/ Boss 5) Cro w/ Fat Tire.