Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

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    Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    Check you rileys blue mudey very nice

    http://mygshock.com/2008/06/23/blue-...ject/#more-202



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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    Now that's a cool looking blue tone! Nice!

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    Where did you get the cream colored parts? I want to do a similar project.

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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    i saw that today at his website and it does look nice.
    there was another member who did this before but i like Riley's version better because of the reverse display.

    the other blue can be found here

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...ht=blue+mudman
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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    Quote Originally Posted by mansrow View Post
    i saw that today at his website and it does look nice.
    there was another member who did this before but i like Riley's version better because of the reverse display.

    the other blue can be found here

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...ht=blue+mudman
    i thought i had seen something simiular before. i just dont have your wis memory . i do like rileys blue better and it matches the reverse display very nicely


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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    Very nice! It tends to purple though..

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    Damn son!!!! thats sweet way to go Riley!!!
    thanx for the pics!!!
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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    I like Riley's work very much.
    Mainly his orange DW-5600 is my favourite. http://mygshock.com/2008/03/02/dw-5600-band-bezel-swap/

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    Re: Riley's Cool Blue Mudman

    Quote Originally Posted by ultramanpat View Post
    Now that's a cool looking blue tone! Nice!
    Thanks guys. I really liked how it turned out. That seemed like the best module for this blue color. I wanted to get a nice deep blue, but it's tricky to get too dark with RIT dye without it turning more purplish.

    Quote Originally Posted by G-shock1968 View Post
    Where did you get the cream colored parts? I want to do a similar project.
    I ordered a few from Casio USA parts. It took a long time to get them, but that's the best way I know of.

    I'm going to be dyeing a few more, so I'm going to post a poll here to pick the next color.

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