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I just finished painting my first DMG today. I have white buttons, white screen protector, blue screen, and pro sound mod going in when I can borrow a friend's soldering iron.

Forgive the shitty picture


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I figured it would take some wet sanding, but I think it will be worth it. Thanks for the help. I'll try to post some pics here when I get it done (if I remember smile ).


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I'm working on a DMG paint job, and I'd like to go with a really bright color and a super glossy look.

This is basically what I want to go for:

I want it to be like a damn mirror. How can I get the DMG to have the smoothest glossiest texture possible? Should I just lay on a super thick gloss layer over the paint, or should I attempt to buff the actual plastic before painting? What gloss paint can you recommend? Thanks!


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Awsome, thanks for your help! I'm stoked to get started.


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So I've been a lurker here for awhile, doing my best to learn as much as I can about chip music gear. I think I have a pretty good hold on what I need for a solid first arduinoboy but I have a couple questions about flashcarts. I want to be able to run mGB and LSDJ, but I'm confused about how that works. I know that certain roms only run on specific cartridges, do I need to buy carts specific to mGB and LSDJ? If so, can you give me any info on those carts? It would be awesome if there's a cart that can load both so I only have to drop the cash on 1. Speaking of which, how much can I expect to pay for a cart that loads mGB/LSDJ? I've seen everything from $40-80 for flashcarts. Is there other software for the carts that I'll need to buy? thanks for the help!

Jansaw wrote:
defPREMIUM wrote:

Is that Jay Tholen?

That's the artwork for Disasterpeace's progrock/chiptune album Rise of the Obisidian Interstellar. The artwork is by G.P. Lackey (JACKAL).