Custom Airbrush Art For Your Ride
You should have a pretty good idea of what you would like to have done. It helps greatly if you have pictures or even sketches of your own for them to work with. It doesn’t have to be perfect but keep in mind that if detail is missing from the picture and you don’t know what should go there, the artistic license will be used to fill it in. That means you’ll get their judgment and experience to solve the problem.
Generally, you will need to disassemble the parts to be painted from the bike or vehicle. Larger vehicles such as cars and trucks will need to have special arrangements made. Once you have communicated and have decided on a design for your project a price estimate will be given for the complete job.
However, many things can affect the estimate: proofs, prep work, body work (dent removal etc.), scratch repairs, sticker removal (If there is a sticker/decal that is under the clear coat it most likely will require the entire piece to be re-base coated.), primer/base coat (if required), Kandy colors, metal flakes, airbrush artwork (and it’s complexity) and clear coats.
An artists usually has a working relationship with an established auto body shop that will perform the required coatings. Generally the art project will not be guaranteed if you do not follow through and allow the artist to have the finishing coats performed. He does not want to risk his time and your money airbrushing on a questionable repair and/or paint job.
All in all, having your ride personalized by your own idea or images is what makes it a one of a kind model. There truly is no limit. You could be the envy of all!
So…if you are seriously considering a unique airbrush art experience for your ride, I can personally recommend this artist. She is up and coming and very talented. Visit her website to see the amazing photos of her work. You will not be disappointed. http://www.southerngirlcustoms.com