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Old 06-18-2012, 12:39 PM
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new video up w/ some blocking techniques

69 camaro / 69 charger done

just trying to let my work do the talking

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3ppP...ture=g-all-lik














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I had to laugh at Brandon's masking job, because that's exactly how mine look. I'm not trying to win a style show with my masking so they always look like a frankenmask job.
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I had to laugh at Brandon's masking job, because that's exactly how mine look. I'm not trying to win a style show with my masking so they always look like a frankenmask job.
Brendan's a character. He'll tell you how to do your job yet can't do it himself let alone the job he's doing. Unfortunately he got let go but he was one funny guy. Kind of wish he was still around for entertainment purposes.
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REALLY, REALLY nice work. That charger looks SUPER nice................TWO THUMBS UP for sure!!!!!! Could admire that workmanship all day long......
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thanks! It turned out great and is a nice car. The white Camaro is just as straight but it's white so it's hard to tell in pics. I credit the overall look of the Charger to the painter who buffed it.
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Yep, they both look very nice.

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