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Old 11-09-2007, 07:10 PM
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looking for an airbrush artist

i need an airbrush artist to paint some ghost flames on my wagon....the car is in manchester, michigan...any takers?? i also am in need of places i can search for pics of flames so i have the right image to show the artist,,, can any one help me find some through the internet? any links?

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Its a site with bikes, but this site has a ton of different style flames to look at in there pics of past jobs.

http://customflamepainting.com/
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ghost flames

i would love to do it..... but i live in NJ been kustom painting for 6 yrs my website is www.wayneskustompaint.com. i'm sure if the man you chose is a artist he already knows how to do ghost flames. the big seller now is the real fire thats almost all my work for fire anymore.
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ghost flames

i would love to do it..... but i live in NJ been kustom painting for 6 yrs my website is www.wayneskustompaint.com. i'm sure if the man you chose is a artist he already knows how to do ghost flames. the big seller now is the real fire thats almost all my work for fire anymore.
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ghost flames

i would love to do it..... but i live in NJ been kustom painting for 6 yrs my website is www.wayneskustompaint.com. i'm sure if the man you chose is a artist he already knows how to do ghost flames. the big seller now is the real fire thats almost all my work for fire anymore.
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Old 11-10-2007, 06:10 AM
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yeah, Chad should be somewhat close to you, and is a good guy. I am not sure how busy he is, I am pretty sure hes got an old camaro in the shop.
http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/memb...shop49119.html
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