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WIP Old school Hot Rodder

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by hazmat, Nov 30, 2011.

  1. hazmat Member

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    I picked up a gear shift Knob at wonderfest last year from Jimmy Flintstones and had an image in my mind of what I wanted to do with it .... first cut off the horns !! LOL

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  2. rheath Active Member

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    Kewl ! my friend and good start.:D
  3. hazmat Member

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    stage 2 !!! LOL

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  4. Stephen Ward Active Member

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    Dude, this is neat as all get out. Can't wait to see it done brother!
  5. Meehan34 A Fixture

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    Cool find. I am interested to see how you progress with it. I am liking those eyes.
  6. Christos Well-Known Member

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    Good work so far Adam!size?
  7. hazmat Member

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    Thanks guys !!!He is the size of a coffee cup ... he takes up my palm of my hand as I paint ..LOL
    Using Vallejo,Andrea,Reaper,P3,citadel and liquitex deep portrait pink for the base of the face . I don't paint in oil but at times I even use water colors on flats I paint , when doing something translucent and seal with dull coat .
    First I would like to thank all those that paint and pass on their tricks and those that took the time to teach me and I am still learning each time I pick up a brush . You can buy all the books or video's on how to paint and you will find each person does it different so do as I do experiment and try new things.

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