very juicy looking orange Frogman. Jelly resin parts can also be dyed black. In this case the jelly does loose it’s transparency and the dye gives a kind of matte black effect.
The photo's above were taken by Tsip after he finished making my pink camouflage DW-6900FS.I contacted Tsip85, who happens to be also a teacher, loves 90‘s G-Shocks and does like bright colors too. He had made some colorful unusual color combo camouflage G-Shocks in the past. He lives in Texas, which is a better place to find a DW-6900FS-8, than for me, as I don’t live in the US. He was quite exited that I asked him to make me a pink camouflage watch, so he told me he could find a cheap DW-6900FS and dye it in my favorite camouflage colors. Although I would have like to pay for a second hand DW-6900FS, Tsip85 insisted he wanted to make this model for me, if I only want to contribute a bit of the shipping costs (overseas shipping costs are general pretty expensive). It would be his way to express how he loves my contributions to the G-Shock community on 50 Gs and WatchUSeek (WUS). It took two attempts to make this G-Shock.I believe the parts of the first try ended up on Tsips85’s wife). It even became better for me. Tsip had several 6900 spare parts and let me choose between a three modules and face plates. As I love the red eye of the FS models, I just wanted the regular module, but he also had a DW-6900MS faceplate, with a red circle around the big eye. That looked like a perfect match for this watch.
I have tried to get permission for all the photo's I lend from others. At the moment of publishing not all owners have responded, but those who did were happy to help me.
Edit: All owners of the dyed and camouflage photos, that were not taken by me, have all now officially given their permission to use in this article. In fact they were all honored that I used them. Thank You!