my homemade silos

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  1. Abe

    Abe Senior Refuge Member

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    I have 5 dozen homemade silos cut-out and I'm ready to paint. Please take a look at the picture and tell me what you think of the paint job? I'm not looking to get to fancy. What about the colors? Should I go lighter or darker?
    I still need to install the stakes.
     
  2. mohican_hunter

    mohican_hunter Elite Refuge Member

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    :confused: umm, maybe it's just my computer but i don't see any picture.
     
  3. Abe

    Abe Senior Refuge Member

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    Picture 2. A little farther away.
     
  5. goose_caller

    goose_caller Elite Refuge Member

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    Look pretty much right on to me, don't know if I would change a thing.:tu
     
  6. Mark Moreland

    Mark Moreland Elite Refuge Member

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    They look pretty good,you will be able to kill geese over them for sure.Will work just fine as you have them painted now. I always liked to exaggerate the whites and blacks on silos when I made my own.
     
  7. CUPT-N-COMING

    CUPT-N-COMING Elite Refuge Member

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    Looks like a duck to me !!!!:yes
    Just kidding, it looks great..:tu
     
  8. mohican_hunter

    mohican_hunter Elite Refuge Member

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    I like them. 5 dozen should look really good.
     
  9. goosehunter64

    goosehunter64 Elite Refuge Member

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    Look pretty darn good to me. Post up the flock, when your done with the stakes.:tu :tu
     
  10. 10GAUGE19

    10GAUGE19 Elite Refuge Member

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    I think they look great! I think the color will especially show up well in lighter fields such as a corn field. Great job! Lets see the whole spread when your done. :tu
     

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