In my blog, I often feature companies I work with in my side business, Warncke Enterprises, that I feel would be a fit for your outdoor lifestyle. One of the companies I recently started working with is 180 Hydrographics, based in Belton, Texas. Cody Waxler is the owner of this company and he is an incredible guy to work with. He works hard on his creations and doesn’t stop until you both are happy with his work. Having items “dipped” is now becoming all the rage. Hydrographics is a process of putting a piece of film on a tank of water, spraying an activator over it, and “dipping” an object in the water through the film. I was intrigued on how this process worked ever since Cody approached me about building a website for him. I recently had two items “dipped”: a wild boar skull I have had in my office for many years and the lid on my Frio Cooler. The resulting work turned out amazing as has all of Cody’s work. Check out 180 Hydrographics on his website or on his Facebook page and check out my pieces below. I am very impressed with Cody’s work and the finished products of his labor. Both of these pieces turned out fantastic!