|08-29-2006 08:24 PM|
I suggest ta use Mack blue, or green wraps,there is really no dif. except that they call the green wraps "touch up"brushes and the blues are regular "pinstriping" brushes. Im using a mack touch up rite now.
|08-29-2006 08:21 PM|
I've been at it for about a year i think i am pretty good.
Im gettin ready ta buy some new brushes and then im gonna get some good stuff down and take pics.
But dude ur stuff is GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD i love it!
Keep postin pics i want ta see some more!!
|08-29-2006 08:01 PM|
|TT66'||That is some fine looking work there. What brand of brush are you using? What's a good one to start with?|
|08-29-2006 06:06 PM|
|shvdblazr||thanks guys...no,never tryed the xcaliber...heard its nice|
|08-29-2006 07:13 AM|
That's great. I wish I could do that.
I tried once and couldn't believe how hard it is.
Much harder than painting a car, that's artistic and takes
talent. My hat's off to you
|08-29-2006 06:20 AM|
|chadsbodyshop49119||Just out ouf curiousity, have you tried the xcaliber brushes yet, a friend does awesome pinstripping, been doing it for 20yrs, and he said recently he tried a xcaliber and said it's night and day difference, he said he loved it.|
|08-28-2006 10:05 PM|
|student blake||i wish i could do that, havent really tride but i doubt i could, i really respect it|
|08-28-2006 12:50 AM|
|shvdblazr||thanks bro, i love looking at peoples striping...its so neat|
|08-27-2006 08:36 PM|
|chadsbodyshop49119||I love pinstripping threads, especially the ones that have pics.. it's such a art, keep it up guys, stuff looks awesome.|
|08-27-2006 06:27 PM|
I'm so rusty I've had to scold myself into practicing.
Excellent topic... ...made the day!
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|08-27-2006 05:49 PM|
so ive been into pinstriping for about 6 months or so...abd been doing it alot. here are some pics of the work ive done...