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Ok I'm looking at a new toy. I've always wanted to learn how to do it and I've done the brush method just to see how its done. But I'm digging the concept of this. I'd like to be able to lay some nice pinstripes and I can see this being the cats ass.

http://www.beugler.com/



Any of you painters and stripers got any input on this?
 

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I have no idea about it but it looks to be a good idea. Don't know how well it will work in real life but it has got ideas churning in my head.
 

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That would require (1) steady hands and (2) an artist's vision. I'm screwed!
 

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It sure is cool. I mean if you've got the skills!

I talked to a motorcycle painter once who said he laid down 10,000 pins on cardboard/paper/scrap metal before ever touching a real bike (his own first). That's quite a bit! But like anything else, with practice you can get it. Myself, I think I'd just pay someone to do it, I don't have the patience to learn it! LOL. I have no artistic abilities though.
 

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In my younger years I used to paint watercolors and acrylics and did some drafting and freehand drawing. This is a finishing detail I'd like to learn.
 
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