Custom Clone helmet paint up

bookface

Sr Member
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This was done by one of the guys working for me, and I had to share it. He's spent probably the last month working on it a few hours at a time, and actually we're going to make it a bit of a thing, the 3 of us will be taking a cast each of the same helmet and doing some kind of totally custom finish to it, each one a one off.

I'd love to know what you think (so would Chris, who actually painted it)!

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chibobber

Active Member
Must of channeled the spirit of Art Himsl, one of true great custom chopper(motorcycle) painters from the 60's and 70's.
So many techniques used, metal flake, candy paint, air brush and crumpled up plastic bag. Only missing some acetylene soot.
 

Mottrex

Sr Member
Looks Amazing I was so looking forward to getting my Squareback "Laced" then we had to sell it to buy a house doh!

The man hours on this really show
 

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