Here is somewhat of an Alien inspired art of HR Giger.
The client wanted a Bio mechanical art work theme.
All of the bio mechanical artwork that was shot with kandy green,
creating a monochromatic work of art, is 100% freehand.
I then pinstriped the fire pinstripe.
Here’s one a bit different.
I used a lot of pearls and the end result is well, quite trippy.
The owner wanted something 60’s.
She also found a skull incorporating both and thought it was perfect for her.
She also thought about having the confetti to carry out the design and through onto the side covers.
I figured tie-dye colors.
I stripped the tank down and got rid of the vinyl stickers that were on the sides under the clear coat.
Elite Kustomz finished the body work and shot the black base and did all the clear coating.
I cut and buffed it to its mirror perfection.
The husband of this ladies bike worked up the basic contour shape of the tribal bird using a cad program.
She wanted it somehow spread out on the gas tank and silver wisps flowing off it.
I suggested giving the tribal bird a beveled edge and interweave the wings.
Just a few things.
Some various plates I’ve done.
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These are time consuming with the detail I put into them.
Here we just had to match a finish from harley.
A shop laid out the scallopes and I airbrushed the flames. Not sure who ended up stripping it.
I remember I use to get asked if I can do ghost flames all the time.
I think this explains it.
Eric of Hanson’s Auto Repair built the engine. He sold it after getting it painted.
Dom’s Auto Body And Paint base painted the car and clear coated it.