So I've got a few crazy ideas going around for guitars and basses alike. I guess its the southern blood in me, or my glorious lack of sophistication, but I love camouflage and snakeskin patterns. Especially after seeing a few of Dimebag's guitars on his home videos. Custom paintjobs like that are expensive, so I was thinking of other ways of doing it, when I remembered a show I saw. They used a water transfer process that involved printing anything on a special type of paper/plastic. They used it to camo guns for hunters, and other accessories that it just isn't cost effective to paint that way. I was wondering how feasible it would be to do this with an instrument? What would be the complications? I could see some wood being prepped for paint, then have this process to transfer a pattern, then apply a clear coat to seal it? The uses, if practical, would be incredible.