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LowriderStyle

September issue of Canadian Biker Magazine features one of my latest creations!

 

This truly custom bike built by Corey Kruchkowski and was a labour of love.

The paint scheme was 1970’s Lowrider inspired; long lines, large flake and a subtle lace pattern all under a root beer candy coating.  

It was all to enhance the character that this bike already exudes, ah heck, the bike could have been left naked and would still have been sexy.

 

I am very grateful to Corey for inviting me to be a part of his creation.

Check out the WIP section for a step-by-step of how the paint came together. 

To read up on the entire build,

head over to canadianbiker.com for the September 2012 issue.


 


 

I only use  professional products for all jobs so you can be confident in the highest quality finish.

 

Services include everything from minor body repairs to major customizations and that finish power polish for that show-room shine!

  



 

 
Power Polish

Polish8The Power Polish is what makes that 'showroom shine' that all car enthusiasts desire. Its a process at which  orange peel and nibs are removed from the clear coat and your project ends up that that shiny wet look! Here is a step-by-step tutorial that hopefully answers some questions you have about power polishing and gives you the confidence to shine up your own ride...

 

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Airbrushing on Vinyl

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Airbrushing on vinyl is not new, they have been doing that ever since they started applying vinyl decals to vehicles.. you see them everywhere and may not realize they have been airbrushed.. a burst.. or highlight. I put together a little tutorial about airbrushing on vinyl for your own projects...

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The Art of Prep

step05A wise Gerbil once said ... "no amount of paint will cover a poor prep job"... how true that is! I made this tutorial to help anyone who is looking for a little more direction on prep. This covers prime to base. I may do another one on bodywork. I will post the explaination then the picture...

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Hot Chocolate Bike
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The inspiration for the bike was pulled from the 1970's low rider era. Long lines, lace pattern, flake and more colors than I can count. I love the way the cream-white base makes those colors POP and bring a nice balance to the bike.  

 

 

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