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To all of you that paint in freezing conditions... {now with flicks}

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did you leave that can of sweet tomato on the latter?

 

you try and take a dope night shot with one hand....over a large body of water!! its a really good idea!. . . . beeing im not at octopus, i ran out of hands!

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get your self one of those trigger attachments at the hardware store, you can fill nice and easy with one. thats what i used back home in the -20 deg. winters. when you got to paint the snow and ice don't stop you...

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its fun painting in the winter. not by yourself though. bring some beer and just stay bundled up. throw and extra set of gloves inside your inner-most layer and you'll be good for 2 panels at least. my hands get affected by even the slightest cold.

 

 

just dont wear your vans out...you get an outline and bounce.

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yea, did some spots the other night and realized I really need to invest some heavier shoes. Freezing feet is never a good experience.

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I like painting in the snow,, the moonlight reflects off the cars and lights em up,rusto works okay as long as it's not too cold and you spray from a good distance,,, i just use a newer brand like montana or sab to clean er up in the end,,

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Re: To all of you that paint in freezing conditions...

 

Winter painting 101:

 

a) Proper way to heat up your painting hand; is to cup your ball sack.

 

b) To heat up your other hand; cup your buddys ball sack.

 

i knew y'all was some fucking faggits.

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fuck ya, good post, we go out when its so cold. I just figure, if its in any way possible to paint, paint, cuz it might be your last! its always a good story too.

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Re: To all of you that paint in freezing conditions...

 

i knew y'all was some fucking faggits.

 

Totally uncalled for. It's a humorous joke between friends. I'm sure you can relate by reading anything written by your friends on the NW superthread. Let sleeping dogs lie please as saying dumb shit to each other over the internet won't further anyones careers or whatever whatsoever.

 

Thanks and have a great day.

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My homie and i were out on a mission to hit this line and the only way to access it was to cross this drainage ditch, it was pretty fucking cold out, so falling in that nasty slu water woulda sucked balls, so we looked for a narrow spot to jump,,, when we found one my homie just went for it,, when he ran and jumped the weeds and shit were decieving and he fell right thru into the water like to his knees then splashed it all over, straight drenched i was like damn man you wanna bounce cause he was wet as fuck but he was like naw i wanna hit this shit,,, so we stayed and rocked the frieght regardless,, that dude is a beast nothing stops him from getting up,not even freezing cold sewage water to the waist,,, props holmes you prolly gon read this in here so get at me,,bwaahahahah we will go pond jumping next time yer in the hood.

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Cracked knows what he's talking about. I can remember trying to paint in weather so cold that, even with the can sitting inside a sock to keep it warm, I still lost all pressure. now thats fucking cold.

 

these days, anything colder than -7 or so, and I'm not painting.

 

holdingice.jpg

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fucking hell that makes me shiver looking at that Ice.

painted in minus 5 celsius that was bad enough but there was no snow to contend with.

 

that's hard work from the looks of it.

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