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Offline MO QWACK

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A little crank paint for a buddy
« on: 10/30/14 20:26 UTC »
 Black hawk needed a little help with some blanks he bought, I hope you like buddy! Holographic blanks can be tricky to paint because to much paint and you loose the reflection but yet you still need to layer the paint for details but they look super sweet in the sun  :o they need to be cleared but I like the paint to sit for a couple days before clearing!

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #1 on: 10/30/14 20:30 UTC »
Love em!

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Offline MO QWACK

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #2 on: 10/30/14 20:36 UTC »
Love em!

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You better because you were/are my teacher lol thanks buddy love to slap that ink down

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #3 on: 10/31/14 00:32 UTC »
Hope he has as much fun as I have with the baits you made me. 8)
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Offline tom1441

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #4 on: 10/31/14 05:24 UTC »
Great paint job

Offline Blackhawk19

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #5 on: 10/31/14 06:01 UTC »
I really like them Terry, great job!!!!!!!!!
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Offline Muskygary

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #6 on: 10/31/14 06:13 UTC »
Very nice! Wish I could paint that good. Those stripes; are you using tape for those or a stencil?

Offline Jerry V

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #7 on: 10/31/14 07:14 UTC »
Bee - U - Tiffle!  Very nice work Mo.  Once you get a clear coat on those they're gonna ROCK.


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Offline kevin

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #8 on: 10/31/14 07:27 UTC »
they look GREAT

Offline Fatman

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #9 on: 10/31/14 07:35 UTC »
SWEEEEEEEETTTTTTTTT!!!!  Man those are nice!!!!!!!!!

Offline MO QWACK

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #10 on: 10/31/14 07:44 UTC »
Very nice! Wish I could paint that good. Those stripes; are you using tape for those or a stencil?

Thanks guys!  I use the least amount of stencils I can but...the stripes are tape.None  of the are the same I really like the random patterns and every bait is unique. If you cut stencils they really speed things up but no more than I make I try to free hand all I can

Offline smalljaw

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #11 on: 10/31/14 07:49 UTC »
WOW!!!!!!!! :o :o

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #12 on: 10/31/14 08:06 UTC »
Yowsa....those are dynamite looking.

I tell ya what Drew....there is some serious competition in town.

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #13 on: 10/31/14 08:21 UTC »
Yowsa....those are dynamite looking.

I tell ya what Drew....there is some serious competition in town.
Thanks tom but I doubt that drew only teaches me stuff he is about to forget. He makes sure he stays about 5 steps ahead of me on my teaching. The Techniques  he does today he will teach me about 3 years from now. I also help him so for he is about to master double knotting his shoes and making sure his underwear tag is always in the back. Most days he is consistent. I never will forget the day he returned his spiderman underoos to wal mart because they forgot to put a wewee hole in them. I had to help the poor guy. Our first lesson was mr Spider-Man goes to the front the tag goes to the back :P

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Re: A little crank paint for a buddy
« Reply #14 on: 10/31/14 08:48 UTC »
I sure hope you washed your hands after the lessons. lol