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Old 05-16-2010, 11:55 AM
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just painted my rims what u think

well the car looked a little plain


so we thought we would ad sone randomness to the wheels

hope you like











lol its different to be different :lol:

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Hey, I think you got a DRIP on one!
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Hey, I think you got a DRIP on one!
Doh which 1
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I love it!!!

....but I am very tired of seeing the same modifications I've been looking at since '58! It's great to see some imagination.
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very nice
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I also like it alot!

Reminds one of the famous artist Pollock like spatter painting...

Very nicely done.. did you practice very much first?..

Big points to ya, stay in there!
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They Look Good There very diffrent to here in australia But welldone Mate !
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I also like it alot!

Reminds one of the famous artist Pollock like spatter painting...

Very nicely done.. did you practice very much first?..

Big points to ya, stay in there!

cheers for the comments guys

milo i never practice even in painting just do it first time and thats it lol

the booth is now needing a re paint lol


thanks again il get some pics up on the car

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TurboT, I think you've just started a trend.
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it has that drip design, it's definitely different lol
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Very original....

What did you use to mask the outer lip of the rim?
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That's pretty much like the old hippy psychedelic graphics used to be back in the 70's.

I liked it then.....I like your interpretation now.

Good job.
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That looks cool, I like it. What is underneath? Is it chrome?
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I like it
What kind of car is that, Peugeot?
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