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Art & Inspiration Candy, Lace, Flake, Flames... wanna see WILD custom paint...

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by kustombuilder, Apr 13, 2008.

  1. TRIUMPH TERROR
    Joined: Nov 14, 2004
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    Felt a little creative this week thought I would try to do some pendelton pattern on a wall hanger deck.Of course its gotta be flake and candies.All hand drawn and hand cut stencils for the logo....Guess it aint bad for the first try and pendelton....
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    Also a few pics of my friends new skoot the Vlasic Destroyer with some new paint

    Silver flake with gold and green candies

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    Enjoy

    Thanks Shoe
     
  2. 133
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    your skate deck is killer! the bike is rad too
     
  3. 133
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    that is amazing! awesome bike
     
  4. It has no lace but there's a few webs.
     

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  5. Jeff J
    Joined: Mar 15, 2007
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    Well couldn't sell my snap on box so gave it to my wife after redoing it !:) Guess i'll have to get a fridge now:D
     

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  6. motokleto
    Joined: Jun 19, 2009
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    Hey people Rod Powell never painted the whole car. He just did the graphics on the car. My husband Mario from Delcas Auto Collision did the paint job, so get your shit right!!!!!!!!:mad::mad::mad::mad:
     
  7. motokleto
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    Rod Powell never painted that car!!!!! My husband from delcas painted that car!!!
     
  8. motokleto
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    Monico Aldape's 64 impala was never painted by Rod Powell, he just did the graphics!!!!!!!!
     
  9. str8Pipe65's
    Joined: Oct 10, 2007
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    some real talented artists from way back and some bad ass artists today keeping the old school flavor alive
     
  10. tattedfordguy
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    Bob you have long lost brother
     
  11. RodP
    Joined: Mar 24, 2007
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    You are correct. All I did was throw the designs and lace. Mario, Augie and the guys at Delclas do fine work. I haven't painted a complete car since the early 90's. These new paints do not agree with me but I am glad I can still do the part I like best, the designs and colors.
    RodP
     
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  12. 133
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    that Chevy truck is killer
     
  13. ArtGeco
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    i see boobies.
     
  14. KreaturesCCaustin
    Joined: Sep 3, 2008
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    Man, some of these are really cool as hell! However, some are NOT. This one looks like Bozo ate a bunch of acid, then threw up on an Izetta.

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  15. Cabron
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    Some nice stuff from Donnie Baird, Imperial Customs
     

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  16. Cabron
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    one more
     

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  17. how about the top of my drill press done by 19 year old Joe Gaskell here in Tucson
     

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  18. Damn thanks for this pic,I had this on my wall as a kid in the late 60s,came outa hotrod pictorial if I remember right...always liked this A
     
  19. pinky49
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    anybody got some pics of a 62 impala with watson style scallops or panels?
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  20. tonys18t
    Joined: Dec 18, 2007
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    :)awesome thread
     
  21. SinisterCustom
    Joined: Feb 18, 2004
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    CGkid's '59 Ford in my lil' garage.....

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  22. ChicagoSlackers1
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  23. hog mtn dave
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    That T is the shizzle! Wish I had done something like that on the coupe.
     
  24. comp
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    from So. IN.

  25. Dat Dirty Rat
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  26. Kripfink
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    Paint by Jim Turbull at Royal Kustoms (UK)striping by 'Tootall'Paul

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    Paul
     
  27. crook
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    Super nice man!!!
     
  28. Dat Dirty Rat
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    I just love that color combo--Nice!!
     
  29. i have a question for those of you who have done a few lace paint jobs i really love the look and have done it on a few 1/24 scale models , now im going to try it on a real car but i want to do something that hopefully is a slight bit different

    i want to do a "ripped" or "torn" lace panel what i have in mind is to do the panel around an emblem with the illusion of the lace being ripped open around the emblem has this ever been done? if so can someone post a few pics?

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    if you were to do this type of thing how would you go about it?

    my idea is to rip up some making tape and aply it over the lace before the paint do you think this would work ?

    my main thing is i want it to look like someone tore a whole in the lace around the emblem and not punched a whole through it

    any ideas? or suggestions?
     

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