I've been doing a lot of research on "Hydro Dipping" AKA "Hydrographic Water Transfer) and it's pretty awesome if you do it right.
I think most remember the Water Transfer Camo 5500's that were out there for a while and they looked OK, but not the best. From what I've read there's no reason that it can't be done BETTER. I had a few of those models and they looked good, but almost like whoever did them didn't put enough effort into them.
So..... I've ordered all the supplies I need and I'm gonna give it a shot. I should have the stuff by Monday and I'll try it out on a few G's that I have (most likely my 7900's and a GA110 that I have).
Granted, they won't look as good as the new Camo Series that's coming out, but that style and look is my motivation. I've ordered a "realtree" type camo as well as the Navy Digital camo (like my navy camo uniform), so those are the two I'll be working with.
This could all go terribly wrong, but it's worth a shot! And if I can get it to work properly, the sky is the limit on what I'll be able to do to my G's.