Botiz630 wrote:How much does an apostrophe cost down south? Must be quite a bit, based on how sparingly you use them.
jellotree wrote:I used Krylon camo tan, brown, and black. Spray the tan first to cover the chest and the entire body up to the last row of feathers before the tail. Then start misting on the brown, on an steep angle spraying from front to back. Then do a light coating of black to darken up the brown a bit, especially toward the back.
DuckinFool wrote:Does anyone know if they make the Krylon Camo paint in gray? The tan looks good but I would like to try gray if they have it on a decoy to compare.
T Man wrote:I picked up 2 good sized pickup loads of waterfowl gear today for a steal of a deal. In the mix were 7 canada floaters, and 3 full bodies and a bunch of shells. The floaters have seen better days and need to get re-painted. Can someone gell me the colors I am going to need to pick up to get these guys back into huntable shape? The heads will get flocked, but the body colors im un-sure of. Id rather use a cheep base spray paint that is readily avaliable at wally world, homo depot etc. to block in the color groups, then go back and detail in the feathers. Long story short, what colors should I be looking for for the back, and the chest? I was thinking a dark brown for the back, and a grey for the chest, then go over with a very dry application of white on a paint brush to give the feather detail. This sound fairly doable? I dont have pipe dreams of making these look as good as the dakotas, or the other high dollar dekes, just want them to look like a goose from the sky.
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