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Old 05-12-2015, 07:18 PM
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hi lads hope to get a bobber next year,but the tank i did ,was put in 100% biker mag,made my day.




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Old 05-12-2015, 08:24 PM
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Lovely tank.

You do that for a living or just to pass the time?
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Old 05-12-2015, 08:38 PM
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Not full time just a hobby ,dinner time thing .to old to start up now
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Old 05-12-2015, 10:00 PM
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Not full time just a hobby ,dinner time thing .to old to start up now
Never too old. Im 59. just started a 2 year arts course. Hopefully going to do a B A hons degree after that. So never say never.
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When you can paint like that you could make serious money at it - but maybe you prefer it being a hobby?


Oh btw that answers my question in the other thread!
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Pretty awesome skills there. Nice.
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Gee, you got some talent there, Mate! With work like that you won't need much advertising! Word of mouth in this Industry goes a long way! Go for it!

Oh and welcome to the forum!
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I'm looking for someone to do a tank job in the future, that is some seriously impressive work.
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There ya go Gee, your first commission!
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cool. is it airbrushed? do you do it freehand or is it masked off?
love the silver leaf effect....
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hi everyone been looking every where for fuel cap for this tank,could not find one anywhere,went on ebay got round it by getting this.Had this welded on without up setting paint,also ordered badge to go on cap to tie everything in.Badge should come this week another pic with badge on when it comes.




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Great! Where's the rest of the bike then?
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Great! Where's the rest of the bike then?
the rest of the bike is the pic you see in the other thread (harley tank.)the grim reaper was going to be put on that bike ,but he decided to have the joker tank the one i striped,so the grim reaper tank will be up for sale
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