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Old 08-08-2011, 08:32 PM
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Yes first time. I painted a mailbox I made in college, did some air brushing on it. That was 2003 and the last time I held a paint gun or airbrush. Heres some pics of the car outside and the mail box for fun. The car looks great in natural light....

Im not a huge fan of flames but it was an expierence doing them. The airbrushing started with the small spot on the side the "brains" when I accidentally laid the mail box in thinner, and the airbrushing was how I "fixed" it. My buddys gave me crap about it looking like "worms" but technically there "brains". So i decided to add a skull with more brains on the back so it looked like it was supposed to be there... Now that I have all the paint equipment id like to get into airbrushing too.

In the picture of the miata thers a bronco in the back that I want to paint, maybe ill airbrush the pinstripes on or something...
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Old 08-09-2011, 05:56 AM
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