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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. porsche930dude
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    I know I love it its just bonkerz. Thats all the pics iv got and i cant remember where they came from. I brouse the jockeyjournal sometimes they probrobly came from there :)
     
  2. gasolinescream
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    I'm really keen to have a go at some fish scale design as a background. Can anyone suggest any books /links etc that talks through the basics of doing it. I've seen folks use small circular stickers to achieve the pattern and to paint it. I've got a new airbrush ready to use in anger.

    Any ideas or a simple explanation on the process??

    Dan:cool:
     
  3. terd ferguson
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    A-1 trapper and a fifth wheel relaxer.

    That paint is badass. So are the Keystones.
     
  4. Boones
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    I love those Montes. wheels would not be my choice but the paint is wild
     
  5. ryno
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  6. ryno
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    just cut you up a pattern and get to work.

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  7. Hemiken
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    from Australia

  8. ftroop
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  9. gasolinescream
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    Ryno

    Thanks a million for the pics. Now make sense. I had thought of a similar thing so nice to know i wasn't too far of the game.

    Any tips when doing it apart from getting it lined up properly?

    Right then, off to find some suitable plastic to use (if thats what your using), make some patterns and go have some fun.

    Thanks again, really helps

    edit ...........ftroop thats what i'm talking about :)
     
  10. billys54
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    Love it very nice work!!!
     
  11. LabRat
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    Ryno ... What a spectacular outcome !

    Transformed an already great truck into a show stopping custom ...
     
  12. ryno
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    we just used drawing paper.if your doing it all day long, or a lot you may want to use plastic,put smaller panels like this you can use paper.

    id definitely get it all lined up before attempting to do a panel

    thank you!
    the paint work was done by my buddies at b st paint works in joplin mo
    lay out and design was done by ramon,jason, and myself
     
  13. gasolinescream
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    Thanks again, i'll hit the hobby store tomorrow.:cool:
     
  14. ryno
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    no worries man, good luck.
     
  15. I am so in love with this car
     
  16. Nads
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    Ryno, crazy good.
     
  17. Quain Stott
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    This pic is from around 1969 the lace paint was done 1967. Note the convertible top and blue tint hood scoop. Any one know any history on this car let me know.[​IMG]
     
  18. ryno ....wow ...just WOW cant wait to see it unmasked awesome!!!!!!
     
  19. ryno
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    heres some of the center council and my cooler top i did up.

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  20. ryno
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  21. AHotRod
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    Ryno,
    That paint work takes me back to 1971 .... perfect! Love to see more.

    Glenn
     
  22. graverobber63
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  23. bonez
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    I dunno whybut im really startin to feel those funky 70s street machines.
     
  24. bonez
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    WOW! Skinny whites and slammed would rule so much, but its bad ass regardless.
     
  25. Zed
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    Fuckin badass !!! :eek:
     
  26. RalphyBoy161
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    Jus' FUCKing Bad ASS!
     
  27. graverobber63
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  28. streetvw
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    from uk

    my uncles in 75/76 (painted it himself) brown with gold flake with yellow and candy apple red flames
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    mine 91/92 (again painted by my uncle RIP) straight black and then the flames were metalic grey base, metalic black, pearl blue, pearl red and then the first coat of laquer had some of the blue pearl mixed in to liven the whole lot up :D
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  29. Do we have any pics of Nomads with lace? Maybe I can get some ideas.
     
  30. roughneck424
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