I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

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    I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    Hello everyone, another G-Yed job from yours truly. I must say, it's been such fun giving my old G-Shocks a makeover. I decided to dye this one blue because I figured it would compliment nicely the blue line on the face. Here are some the pictures:

    1. The old, yellowed, dirty look.



    2. Now, Blue Jelly Reborn!



    3. Another picture.



    4. My Hairy Wrist shot.



    Well, thanks for looking and I hope you've enjoyed the pics. My next project or grail job is yellow, but I won't tell you all yet on which watch it's gonna be If it happens, I think that it will be the Ultimate and last G-Yed job for me.

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    That's my favourite of your dye-jobs so far.

    I love that.

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    That's a great blue! Shame about the hairy wrist.

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    Nice! It looks like a darker version of the G-Lide GL-200-2AJF...

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    Quote Originally Posted by Schuey2002 View Post
    Nice! It looks like a darker version of the G-Lide GL-200-2AJF...
    Yes, you're right, almost the same huh Except for the stealthed letterings.

    Last edited by GameBoy2Go; September 19th, 2007 at 21:33.

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    Did you use the same brand dye on this watch as you used on your Frogs?

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    That's nice looking, well done!

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    Looks nice !

    I'm curious.. the 'protection' 'g-shock' black lettering is no longer black, but the "AllAsOne' lettering stayed.

    Was the 'protection' and 'g-shock' lblack lettering removed separately from the dye-ing process or did the dye-ing remove that lettering but leave the 'AllAsOne' lettering alone (not what I'd expect !).
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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    what is the post with the instructions for dyeing? i can't find it...help!!!
    thanks! :D

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    Re: I G-Yed My G-5600K-7DR/JR Jelly Blue

    I suppose it's down to different inks/paints. The bezel writing is painted on and lends itself to dying but the strap writing is more of a transfer that maintains its colour?

    Are you using RIT dye?

    Great job btw!

    Watches are frickin evil!

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