Painted PS2

By Jeff_Ireland
Nov 1, 2005
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  1. Just thought Id go ahead and brag about about my beautiful PS2, and get some opinions at the same time. :) Well here it is, keep in mind im only 15 and I did this without any help from parents and/or friends.

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  2. swker98

    swker98 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,348

    wow thats so awsome great job on painting, how dod you manage to tape off the ps2 symbol the cd drive
  3. Jeff_Ireland

    Jeff_Ireland Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Im not sure I totally understand your question, but the cd drive front wasnt part of the case, so when I took off the case to paint it it wasnt in the way. Nor were the conroller ports. For the big PS2 logo I took the time (trust me it took a while) and cut really thin peices of scotch tape to put over it. I hope this answers your question.
  4. AtK SpAdE

    AtK SpAdE TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,846

    Very nice paint job. Can you paint my PC for me? :cool:

    Sean
  5. Jeff_Ireland

    Jeff_Ireland Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    if you were to provide the necesary shipping charges. :)
  6. Didou

    Didou Bowtie extraordinair! Posts: 5,899

    Shame it wasn't done on one of those slim ones but looks good anyhow. Anything else you've "moded" ?
  7. Jeff_Ireland

    Jeff_Ireland Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    I did this before the slim ones came out though, so you cant blame me...ANd plus im a poor little 15 year old.

    Ive also painted my friends Xbox, sorry no pictures, but I painted the "X" a silver color and it looked pretty good. My last PC case I painted blue, and had help cutting out a window in the side, with my initials in it, and the only picture i have is really crappy but if you really want me to I will try and find it to post it.
  8. icantwinn

    icantwinn Newcomer, in training Posts: 38

    ive thought of doing that to my ps2, but i could'nt figure a way to tape the sony emblum on the front of the case by the cd drive. how'd you manage to tape that off or whatever you did?
  9. Jeff_Ireland

    Jeff_Ireland Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    You mean the one by the power and reset buttons? I just took a square peice of tape and slaped it on there, nothing special.

    Also if you are going to do this make sure you paint it once, let it dry for a day, then do another layer. I know your not gonna want to wait that long for a second layer (I sure as hell didnt want to) but what a stupid mistake that was, now some of the paint is chipping off, I ened up using white out to just get the small spots.
  10. -Jango-

    -Jango- Newcomer, in training

    Hey Jeff. I also wanted to paint my ps2. I have it all ready except i need to know what kind of spray paint you used. Like where did you get it from and what brand is it. Thanks
  11. Jeff_Ireland

    Jeff_Ireland Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    I actually had some leftover white paint...But I got it at Home Depot I belive, and suprisingly enough it was the super cheapo brand name white stuff. I just wanted to make you understand this though, do at least three layers, with enough time spread out in between...I made the mistake of rusing it, and to add on that I didnt even have enough paint, so there are little spots chiopping off, but nothing huge. I actually ended up using white out to cover it up. :haha:
  12. -Jango-

    -Jango- Newcomer, in training

    Ok Cool. Yeah i just about have it all masked off. All i have to to yet is the big PS2 logo on the top which im not looking forward to. Once i get it done ill post a pic.(Saturday)
  13. -Jango-

    -Jango- Newcomer, in training

    Here is my white PS2. I just done like how the Logo turned out but oh well.
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