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Howdy, thought I'd post a couple pics of my two latest jobs. Both of 'em were for Lucky's choppers out of Seattle. The first bike they wanted to look like an old race bike from the '40s. The second bike they turned me loose on, no limits. So, I made it my tribute to Von Dutch. I called it "Von Rip Off", and there ain't one bit of airbrushing or pinstriping on the whole bike. I've been wanting to do these [email protected]#$in' paint jobs for years and finally found a shop with some balls. God bless you boys...
 

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Hell yeah. Thats awesome. I really like the first one. Classic style with a twist.

What do you use for all the graphics? 1Shot only?

You gotta post the pics of the bikes when they mount the tin.

Neat stuff.
Brian
 

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BrianPettit said:
What do you use for all the graphics? 1Shot only?

Brian
Thanks for the comments folks, no Brian both bikes are basecoat candy and clear. Everything's cut with an X-acto blade. - Good job on the ass kickin' Tony, nice site Maurice... - Tim
 

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Bike #2...
holy crap that is fine work. i love the use of the german flag. man oh man you're talented.
 

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far-fucking-out!
Those are some wild tanks...

How do you do it???
Meth? Coke? Blue microdot?
Don't tell me coffee and talent.
I know there's something evil involved.

So bitchin...
 

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Scarloos said:
ok ok ok that is awesome....
but the real question....

time, cost to customer, and layers?
Why is that the "real" question? Sounds like you own a paint business...
 
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