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Case Mod - In Progress Airbrushing Flames

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by dean0, 7 May 2008.

  1. dean0

    dean0 New Member

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    This is a sample case for http://overclockerzwatercooling.com/, showing what airbrushing/spraying services can be offered to you guys. First up real flames! One of my favorite effects, can make a case look very unique. After I have finished this one i will send it off to josh (x06jsp, site owner) for some pics and then ill spray the next sample, what would you like to see next?
    Real wood
    Hot rod flames
    Stone/Granite

    The cases iam using are only £10, excellent value for a solid little case made from alluminium.


    Whats in the boxes?
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    Case frame
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    Front
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    Primer drying
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    When primers dry sand with medium/fine sand paper, then another quick coat
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    Sanded
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    Ready for black basecoat
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    Tools i used, as the panels are quite small i used my large nozzle airbrush instead of spraygun.
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    Drying
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    Small update, done 2 panels today doing the 3rd tomoz hopefully, then the clearcoat. You cannot see the full effect of the flames until the clear is on, you'll see what i mean in a few days ;) only 2 pics atm have more soon; enjoy

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  2. The_Beast

    The_Beast I like wood ಠ_ಠ

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    very nice :thumb:


    how much do you charge to do a flame job???
     
  3. x06jsp

    x06jsp da ginger monkey!!!!

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  4. 330td

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    awesome paint job, it look like real flames :jawdrop:
     
  5. ModimusPrime

    ModimusPrime The Dremelator

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    Incredible flame work :clap:

    Will keep an eye out for the finished product once the clear goes on.
     
  6. b1g-d0g

    b1g-d0g Well-Known Member

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    Nice job on the flames mate :)
     
  7. RaptorLord

    RaptorLord New Member

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    Nice work. I have to ask as I can see the curve stencil in the background of one of the pictures and it appears to have a logo in the middle of it - is the curve stencil you've used a commercial product, or something you cut up that just happened to have a logo on it?
     
  8. cool_dude

    cool_dude Active Member

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    Looks pretty good Deano :) Bit stencily looking but yeh otherwise v nice :D

    Keep us updated! :D
     
  9. 500mph

    500mph The Right man in the Wrong place

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    Looking good. Keep up the great work.
     
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