Here are some better detail pics of some recent anodizing work on small batches of Ray Gun beads. I haven’t gotten much into double-anodizing with these yet as I’ve been trying to focus on making sure I can actually get the colors I’m after.
As most who have done Ti anodizing will tell you, green is probably the toughest to get, with pink maybe as a close second. I’m pretty happy with how these came out. Hope you enjoy the pics!
Here are some Mk.I’s in tumbled Ti and anodized a bright Toxic Green. Toughest color to get!
I wanted to see how the green came out on blasted Ti. I was afraid it would wash out and look pastel, but these Mk.II’s came out VERY green and have a bit of that “frosty” look of the blue above. I dig ’em!
These Mk.II’s are tumbled and then finished in blue-purple or “Blurple” fade finish. These Blurple Fade beads are another favorite of many.
My wife asked if I could do some in pink and I told her I’d give it a whirl. These are on the border between fuchsia and purple but have a cool flip-flop thing to bright pink in-hand. They were very popular at the Vegas show earlier this month.
Lots variants and projects in the works, as well as some additional collaborations and a couple dealer-exclusive items I’m working on. I’ll keep this site updated as things go along.