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10 November 2007 - 10:44 PMWow. Haven't posted in nearly a year. I have an announcment, though:
NerfWorld has returned and can be found at the following URL:
Thanks to Spanky for hosting it. You can find further information on my newspost on the site itself.
I apologize to everyone for having it down this long. I hope this makes up for it.
27 June 2006 - 10:00 PMAll the standard mods have been done. The casing has been reduced in size. The gun was painted with silver, then flat black. Some of the black was carefully scraped up to give it a weathered, metallic look, revealing the silver underneath. The whole thing is clearcoated for protection.
The range isn't superb. It's better than stock, that's for sure, but it's not like my PETG'd Nite Finder. I made this for a display piece, so it's main value is cosmetic. I had it on my shelf for a year or so.
By the way, I have several Nite Finders, and I don't need this one. So, it is for sale. PM me if you're interested to make an offer.
27 February 2006 - 08:43 PMHey, everybody. Haven't posted in a while. I'm honestly not into Nerf that much anymore, but the other day I stumbled upon my old Lock 'N Load, and I forgot how much I loved it. I made a dedication to fix it up, as it was in pretty bad condition cosmetically.
Here's what it looked like. Lots of scratches, nicks, paint wear. First, I ripped off the old, sticky electrical tape and sanded off the residue.
First, I cleaned it and gave it a new flat-black paint job. This time I used high-heat paint for better results. After it was all done, I sprayed it with semi-gloss clearcoat (something I didn't do before) to protect the finish.
Here's the final result. It probably needs one more coat of the clearcoat, but I think it's okay for now. I like the feeling of the coating better than the rough texture of spraypaint.
09 June 2005 - 09:51 PMI originally posted this on NerfHQ, but I think it would be helpful here as well. I realize that Spectre has already wrote a great general tutorial, but I thought this one would be more specific for those who like, well, pictures.
How to Post Images on Nerf Haven
Go to http://www.imageshack.us/ .
Once you arrive at the page, click the Browse button.
A dialog box will pop up. Locate a picture on your computer. Highlight it, and click open.
You should now be back at the ImageShack homepage. Click "host it!".
Find the link on the ImageShack page that says "Direct Link to Image" next to it. Copy it to your clipboard by typing in CTRL+C or by using the Edit>Copy on the menu bar at the top of the screen.
Post your picture on the Nerf Haven forums! When you are starting a topic or replying to a post, paste the image link into the text box by typing CTRL+V or by using the Edit>Paste function on the menu bar at the top of the screen.
Make sure you include the image tags around the link:
17 May 2005 - 09:38 PMMy aunt is involved in the press and got a chance to go to E3. Here's some publicity shots of the next gen consoles that I thought I'd share with you guys.
The Xbox 360
The Nintendo Revolution
The PlayStation 3