How To Custom Your Xbox Controller | Painting Plastic With Angelus Paint

Welcome back @sophiesophss as she walks you through how to paint a custom game controller to look like one of our favorite treats, a donut. Whether for yourself, or as a last minute holiday gift, this hand painted gaming controller is sure to stand out among all of your friend’s plain ol’ solid color controllers. Follow along now for step by step instructions on how to have your controller looking like a sprinkled pastry in no time and be durable.

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0:00 — B-Roll
0:21​​ — Intro
0:35 — How to Disassemble the Controller
1:25 — Prepping the Controller for Paint
2:11 — Sketching Your Design
2:18 — Mixing Your Paints and adding 2-HARD
2:57 — Painting Your Base Layer
3:08 — Adding Your Drip Effect
3:32 — Painting The Donut Sprinkles
3:56 — Painting The Beige and Final Shadow
4:31 — Outlining Your Design in Black
4:46 — Adding an Automotive Clear Coat and Final Tips
5:29 — B-Roll

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16 ответов к «How To Custom Your Xbox Controller | Painting Plastic With Angelus Paint»

    1. @XVX Carmona isnt the primer applied to make the paint hold therefore bypassing any issue w the paint and the plastic might have orinally have?

  1. Bulldog adhesion primer is wise. Use 1500 grit WET sand paper. Dry will scratch. Let coats of clear flash for at least 30. Wet sand again, repeat accouple more times,.

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