gotta love your jeep flinstone.. i am currently thinking about doing a digi camo similar to yours but with darker colors like brown, black, dark tan. Its gonna have to wait until spring but im thinkin of just making a few block templates to spray the brownand tan because the jeep is already black.
cmon guys there has to be more camo jeeps on here! i saw a camo skull jeep on the apacolypse thread but i dont have enough posts to repost it.... id love to see more military camo jeeps or jeeps with DIY rattle can patterns... post away!!!
Well it's not my Jeep but it's my daily driver 4x4 F150. I used the walmart camo paint...total investment was $97. I sprayed the truck with rhino liner then blocked it so it was somewhat smooth. Then I just freehanded the camo pattern with the rattlecans. For my cherokee i'm going to do the same process but in desert camo.
You did a good job. Military camo paint job is not as easy to do as people think. Most often comes out looking like a cheep imitation but yours looks good.
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I have a buddy that does the wraps - he does 30-40 different patterns of camo - including Army ACU, real tree, woodlans, mossy oak, etc.... let me know if you're interested and I can hook you up with him!
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Here's a pic of my YJ the day I got it. $750. It's in the process of being stripped for a repaint of a regular color, as I can't deal with this, haha. If it were a good camo job, that would be different.
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