Dr Chop's favorite kind of paint job - quick and dirty rattle can work! I've had ideas bouncing around in my head for a while on what to do with a few pairs of Ten I have. The black ink set is safe for now, but the black pair got the short straw. This is a frame I picked up from eBay for $20 I think, and I dropped in a new set of grey polarized lenses. The frame was pretty worn, and the matte finish was worn polished in a few spots. So it really kept it from feeling like it was "mine" when someone else got so much use out of it already (the black ink frame shares this trait). And the grey polarized lenses, while nice, aren't as ideal for bright days. I should have gone black polarized, in retrospect. Either way, they're getting modified. Here's how they started out. A simple, low key, black/black/grey colorway. Here's how they look now. I'm not SUPER happy with how they turned out. I compromised on my stencil a bit. The good news is the paint will rub off and I can start again, change the colors, add in some better greens and browns, really give it a good, organic look. That'll do for now.