My custom Punisher XBOX 360

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  1. reptileink

    reptileink Member

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    FINALLY finished up my wireless controller. Painted with Krylon Fusion ultra flat black camo series, and then covered with Testors Dullcote. The Punisher logos are vinyl decals I bought off Ebay, and I also picked up black thumbsticks and D-pad from LLama. It's not perfect, but it's fine for my needs. I also painted the ROL with clear red, but still shines green. Looks red when off though. I thought maybe it would change the green, but it didn't *shrug*
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    "PUNISHER MURDERED OUT 360"
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    Full case painted with "3D" effects on the side, and skull stenciled
    Changed LEDs in the Talismon fans to wide angle white, added fan and extra heatsinks
    Changed ROL to white(I cheated and ordered one)
    Changed faceplate to after market black.
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  2. xzKinGzxBuRnzx

    xzKinGzxBuRnzx The Feature Man

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    Very Impressive, you've spent alot of time doing that I can tell. Its looking very good.
     
  3. reptileink

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    too much time haha. Would have been easier to buy an elite controller and put the decals on it...lol
     
  4. MikkelPixel

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    holy crap that sick ass did u use spray paint and what does Testors Dullcote do?
     
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    Now that’s impressive, why buy an Elite when you can paint your 360 and make it look a bit different, you did a pretty awesome job there (Y)

    Go on, tell us how many hours it took.
     
  6. reptileink

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    hours?? I dunno, but it was more like weeks...lol

    Most of the time spent waiting on parts or waiting for paint to dry.

    Both are spraypainted, about 3-4 coats. Testers dullcote is a sealer, but not a glossy one. Model makers use it. I think I am going to "blood splatter" the gun side......
     
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    o ok thnks for de info,also did u guys use normal spraypaint ? am planning on making 1
     
  8. Safinn

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    Wow very nice. My mate does things like this with his things. He showed me his PSP and he had LED's in the buttons and in the triggers and they flashed in motion with music that was playing it was very cool!
     
  9. reptileink

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    Krylon Fusion paint works awesome, or Duplicolor Auto paint(tougher to work with)
     

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