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true ...it was an easy solution idea for him...looks like he got it...i do agree that the new xhtml are a lot easier...
ok you guys are off topic no more
getting a new ps2 (not slimline) in progress
putting a duo 2 in ps2 in progress
took old goals out because my ps2 is broken
my tutorial website
I wished I had your tutorial when I did my LEDs >.<, wasted 2 hours soldering and unsoldering the wires. Great job on the tutorials.
But back on topic, if you want the paint to be evenly spread, try to spray from a distance and move quickly. I kinda screwed mine up as there are small darker blotches, but if you still get these you can do another coat to fix it.
back on topic...ive not done many ps2's but ive done a couple few xbox's in my day....the primer is a must for it will give you a nice even base to work from...from their i would use 2-3 coats depending on what your needs are...make sure you let each coat dry 1st....a clear coat is nice...but if you are using metalic paints it greatly reduces fingerprint marks...hope it helps...oh i use krylon paint....it works on walls, trains and consloes