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Mixing paint; Jungle Green

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Konk Oner, Apr 14, 2004.

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  1. Konk Oner

    Konk Oner New Jack

    Joined: Apr 13, 2004 Messages: 39 Likes Received: 0
    I'm sure everyone who knows whats up can mix paint; however, does anyone know the recipe for Jungle Green?

    From what I remember it involved

    1/4 of silver rusto

    1/4 of pistachio or Clover Green (krylon)

    1/4 of some neon yellow color


    If anyone knows the actual method hook it up, keep painting.

    thanx


    [​IMG]

    I did this piece with some ill teal colors which I mixed.
     
  2. porque

    porque Senior Member

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    ...that combination would probably make the absolute worst color imaginable...


    ...just experiment and figure it out...
     
  3. Easy E

    Easy E Member

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    you cant mix rusto and krylon.
     
  4. Konk Oner

    Konk Oner New Jack

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    You would be suprised, don't knock it till you've tried it. I think I am missing some kind of color but last time I did it the shit was sweet. And yes, you can mix rusto and krylon, I've done it.
     
  5. earo 35

    earo 35 Senior Member

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    is that supposed to be a pic of what the jungle green is supposed to look like, cuz it doesnt look like it at all.
     
  6. ASER1NE

    ASER1NE Veteran Member

    Joined: Oct 15, 2001 Messages: 7,578 Likes Received: 3
    DARK GREEN
    YELLOW
    LITTLE BIT WHITE
    FIGURE THAT SHIT OUT , ITS REEEALLY NOT THAT HARD .
     
  7. Konk Oner

    Konk Oner New Jack

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    Jungle green

    First off A: no that is not suppose to be pictures of Jungle Green, if you read it I said " I did this piece using TEAL paints"; and B: Dark green yellow and white wouldn't make it. There is some crazy ass agent in jungle green that gives it that type of celarity. yes celerity, it's an SAT word look it up
     
  8. earo 35

    earo 35 Senior Member

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    im sorry, but you didnt have to post a picture that has nothing to do with the subject youre talking about... :crazy:
     
  9. Konk Oner

    Konk Oner New Jack

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    The picture has everything to do with what i'm talking about. The piece was done with MIXED PAINT. And just for that, heres a picture you could say has nothing to do with what we are talking about.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. Swiffer Jet

    Swiffer Jet Elite Member

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    damn. and i thought i suck at painting.
     
  11. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Apr 14, 2000 Messages: 17,017 Likes Received: 175
    Re: Jungle green

    Konk, you REALLY don't know what you're talking about. Jungle Green is a discontinued Krylon color, not some mythical creation like Krink.

    Jungle green does NOT contain any metallics... and mixing Rusto (espescially Aluminum) with Krylon is pretty pointless, I've tried it... they don't mix.

    3/4's don't add up to a whole anything.


    Finally, you spelled 'celerity' wrong, then you spelled it correctly but you still misused it. Celerity means 'swiftness or quickness' and it doesn't appear to make any sense in this context.
     
  12. earo 35

    earo 35 Senior Member

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    right back to you bitch. you came on here to tell us something, and you were wrong, take it like a man, dont be a little girl and fuck with the people on 12 oz.... they probably got more experience than youll ever... :scowl:
     
  13. Tre$Loco$

    Tre$Loco$ Member

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    you got SERVED!!! I was about to say all of this, Except for the celerity thing I'll be honest I didn't know what that meant but I knew you spelled it wrong after being sooooo smart. and its too bad those "sweet teal" colors you mixed didnt make a "sweet teal piece"
     
  14. earo 35

    earo 35 Senior Member

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHSHHSShdSADF.ASJKRGO;ISTHNORADNBXITO;NSTDO;N ISNOGBIFXGO;N......sorry.. i got a little carried away... it was kinda funny....:)
     
  15. Konk Oner

    Konk Oner New Jack

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    Everyone has there bad pieceing days, not to metion i ripped that piece over 2 years ago, and it was my first 3D piece so shut it. Lets see some of your piece then?
     
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