Graphics consists of PAINTED; FLAMES, REAL FIRE, RACING STRIPES, CARBON FIBER & ABSTRACT DESIGNS
Real Fire Airbrushed on a Peterbilt 18 wheeler....It's hot!
Airbrushed Mopar Logo
The MOPAR LOGO
Airbrushed on the hood of a 2013 black Challenger
Burning & tearing through with beveled & chrome edges
Gary airbrushed pearl blue & purple classic flames & hand pinstriped the outline is silver. More airbrush art & pinstriping was added to the engine cover
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COMPUTER DRAWING by Gary
COMPUTERIZED ART PRESENTATION
With the advent of computers, everyone wants to see what the final project will look like, before it's actually started. Gary's computer skills can do just that. "You can see the future." Presentations before the job starts are available upon request.
The 1932 Ford to the LEFT is a computer drawing.
The owner does not live close to Gary's shop & e-mailed a picture of his car. Gary designed 5 different FLAME jobs for the owner to see. This picture was his choice.
As you can see by the pictures below, the final painting of the FLAMES are true to the concept presentation.
The REAL PAINT JOB, also by Gary
Gary always says...."Perfection is in the details"
CARBON FIBER The carbon fiber racing stripe is PAINTED on, the Corvette, as well as the scoop & the hood grills.
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Carbon Fiber Racing Stripe is PAINTED
Race Car Stripe that Changes Colors
These racing stripes are painted with a special pearl that changes color.
As you move around the car, the color changes, from Green to Blue to Magenta & Reds, then to Orange & to Yellows. Wow! It’s intense. "Just think of all the possibilities."
The stripes were then clear coated & hand sanded & polished to a high luster.