Author Topic: Things I designed then built in my prior career + a few current ones for fun...  (Read 5594 times)

Offline ljonny18

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    • My CB750 Project
Do you have a website ? Do you sell any of your work ? Are you interested in taking on work / making chosen items ?

Offline S Majure

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incredible attention to detail! Very nice work!

Offline pawn

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    • The Daily Devil
one solution i've heard of to grafitti-proof fencing etc is to paint it the colour of your choice (or leave it in natural finish) then get clear bathroom silicon from the hardware shop, put loads on a rag and then wipe it all over the fence, if you cover the whole thing with a thin 'smear' of silicon, not only will it protect the finish/paint underneath, any paint that is applied over the silicon will bead up and not set or just run straight off
yeah. There's also some anti graffiti paint coating available for the same purpose...however it's just fighting an uphill battle. So when I finally do put in a fence it will be slotted so its not an attractive surface for an aspiring graff artist. I'm not even against graffiti, but I am when it's on a house rather than an industrial building wall or abandoned building.

Offline facefirst35

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    • My Portfolio of merchandise design
Most legit graffiti artists won't put art on homes out of respect. It's the vandals (not real artists) that do that. Sucks.

To the OP- you're an artist!  Amazing work.

Offline pawn

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    • The Daily Devil
I'm aware of that, I wrote for long time (early 90's till it became a felony in Philly), but there's idiots in miami who don't understand those principals.

Offline facefirst35

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    • My Portfolio of merchandise design
That's too bad. Tagging someone's home or personal property is pretty weak.

Offline CBPayne

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I love the yellow tree gate.
Have a nice day.

Offline w8lifter21

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Fireplaces are awesome. More pics of the bomb cellar?

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'82 KZ750/R1/GSX-R build

'91 300zx Twin Turbo - '96 Maxima

Offline surfish95747

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Speechless! That is a real talent! I love the first gate with all the squares. The tree gate is just gorgeous and that bunker door etc. is just absolutely amazing! Good job man.
1980 CB750K DOHC
1996 CB750 Nighthawk

Offline suuscustoms

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Love your fireplaces
Suus: Reimagined/Recycled/Upcycled Cool