My Old/New Mudman

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    My Old/New Mudman

    I purchased this pre-owned tan Mudman on ebay, Needless to say it was a little dingy. I decided to customize it more to my liking and this is how it turned out.

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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    Nice! I think if the inside was black it would look cooler!
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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    Yeah I know, I was going to get a green mudman and stealth it but I just won a triple crown Frogman on E-bay so (NO More G-shocks for a while)
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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    I just noticed how Bape-ish my mudman looks now All I would need to do is color the (G-SHOCK) the same.

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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    you should paint the letters orange...

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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherms View Post
    you should paint the letters orange...

    The ( G-SHOCK ) ? or all the lettering.
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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    Yes, nice suggestion Sherms! I think the idea blacksheep is to try and match the lettering on your module ("Water 200M Resist" and "Mudman") with the bezel lettering. Then, the letters will coordinate to the module more.

    I do like how yours looks BAPEish. Try the rainbow effect if you like that (though maybe some might get the wrong idea with a rainbow...).
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    Re: My Old/New Mudman

    Quote Originally Posted by Topher1556 View Post
    Yes, nice suggestion Sherms! I think the idea blacksheep is to try and match the lettering on your module ("Water 200M Resist" and "Mudman") with the bezel lettering. Then, the letters will coordinate to the module more.

    I do like how yours looks BAPEish. Try the rainbow effect if you like that (though maybe some might get the wrong idea with a rainbow...).

    I think I might try the orange look (I agree about the rainbow colors) especially here in N.Y.








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