Introduction: HOT ROD FLAMES PAINT AND MASK

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THIS IS A QUICKIE ON HOW I PAINTED WOODEN DOORS FOR A SHOP

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Step 2: SUPPLES AND REFENCE DRAWING

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Step 4: CUTTING MASK

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TAKE YOUR TIME AND USE A SOFT TOUCH AS NOT TO LEAVE A DEEP CUT ON THE FINISHED PRODUCT,

Step 5: WEEDING

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Step 6: MASK READY FOR PAINT

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THE BOARD HAD RED PAINT ON IT TO START, THIS WAS PAINTED OVER THEN ORANGE USED FINALLY YELLOW

Step 7: PAINTING

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Step 8: REMOVING MASK

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PULL AWAY FROM PAINT EDGE, HELPS KEEP PAINT FROM COMING UP AS WELL

Step 9: FINAL

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WILL PINSTRIPE PROBABLY... NOT SURE ANY THOUGHTS.



TRIED TO ADD FINAL PICS THEY ARE NOT THAT BAD....

Comments

zazenergy (author)2011-03-17

Very pretty!

appreciate the comment... thanks

Common$ (author)2011-03-23

A blue pinstripe would look awesome. If you don't want to fool with a proper pinstripe brush and lettering enamel, a steady hand and a paint pen would do fine in this application.

STARFISHTSHIRTS (author)Common$2011-04-17

that would have worked well, friend wanted shading added shadows with airbrush and tipped flames in blue, had to remask the whole thing. will work on getting a new pic . I never thought of a paint pen will experiment with....

thanks...

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