New Technique – Hydrographic Dipping

Well guys, I am proud to present that I am finally having a proper addition into my designer arsenal. As you can conclude for yourself with the title of this post, I am talking about the ever so popular Hydrographic Dipping. It’s a new painting technique that has been slowly making its name out there on the market. For those of you who are not that familiar with the concept of hydrographic dipping (it goes by a number of names but here, we will call it hydro dipping from now on), it is basically a method of applying printed designs straight onto 3D surfaces. It can be done with a plethora of possible ways, and once set up appropriately, hydro dipping can be used to paint surfaces such as glass, metal, wood, plastic and many other materials. It is a very versatile technique which is one of the main reasons why I decided to do it in the first place. I’ve seen people do all sorts of crazy designs with hydro dipping. From wheel rims, hoods, side skirts and spoilers on cars to some other ordinary (smaller) objects such as guitars, gamepads, keyboards and even drones. Basically, hydro dipping can be applied to virtually all outer frames of any objects that you may want. In other words, if you have a boring solid color gadget and you would like to spice it up a bit, simply open it up and ship me the frame (make sure you ship only the frame without any electric circuits or anything like that since that would get damaged by the water). After that, you will be able to choose between a variety of designs (I will add this to my website in a couple of days) and a couple of days later… BAZINGA! You will receive your brand new hydro dipped frame in the mail. It is as simple as that…

As you can see, this is still a work in progress and I will have a lot more news regarding this in the next couple of weeks. Until then, I wish you all the best!