For this head I based it off of my boys apparel company, Striker Danger, who created a unique line of shorts with the theme Rip the Duck. STX also has some apparel out with this same line and that will be incorporated into my next project so stay tuned. As you can see from the pictures the most tedious part was the individual cutting of each duck. However before I started that portion I dyed the top half of the head a Neon Yellow and the bottom half a Baby Blue.
This dye job was requested by an individual seeing some of my other work done on the site. So the client requested a mini pinstripe pattern inside in White and Red with a solid Black outside.
I got the idea from my buddy who works for Universal Lacrosse up in NJ. They make lacrosse shorts with the Deadmau5 DJ on them and the first time I saw them I decided I was going to dye a head.
This is your last chance to win my custom marble dyed Maverik Bull head with an Iroquois top-string. Follow along below for the instructions. The winner will be chosen by me at 6pm.
Lacrosse Playground’s Battle of the Wits giveaway returns with something guaranteed to boost your cool.
Lacrosse Unlimited, equipment and apparel supplier, has generously donated one Maverik Bull head with a one-of-a-kind marble dye job, the favored head of Bradley Ryder Owens.
The prize will go to the most inspired and original response to the following
Connor Wilson from LAS has dyed some Terptastic heads for U of M middie, Adam Sear. Connor’s recent dye work includes the South Beach Dye Job which had everyone’s jaws dropping. Today Connor dyed 2 STX 2010 Protons and an STX Professor.
LAS shows you how to do a technical four color dye job. The dye job is inspired by the “Art Deco style architecture that is very prevalent in Miami, especially on South Beach.” The colors include Creamsicle Orange, Yellow, Red and Brown dyed on to a Gait Triton (White).
Yesterday we showed you pictures from the Ocean City Lacrosse Classic that included a pink Brine Gospel head. We were asked how the head was created (the head is pink on the exterior but remained white on the interior part of the head) and whether this was a dye job or a custom head. The answer … after the jump.