Airbrushing In Kansas City – Custom Painting

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We can do it all, and more importantly you will be able to afford us. We ARE NOT the all hyped up shop that thinks they have to make a huge profit on every single job. We believe in doing to others as we want them to do to us. We look at it like this, we would rather make a little on a lot instead of a lot off a little. Here at Mike Pilcher Customs we will turn your dreams into reality. Custom Painting and Custom Airbrushing is our specialty!

I have been a Airbrush Artist, and Custom Painter in a small town for over 20 years, then my wife and I moved to the Kansas City area in 2009. Our address is actually Smithville Mo. which is right on the edge of Kansas City just North of 435 on 169.

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Here are some of the things as Custom Airbrush Artist that we specialize in:

  • True Fire (realistic flames)
  • Traditional Flames
  • Murals
  • Marbleizing
  • Water Drops
  • Ghosting
  • Paint Fading
  • Snake Skin Effects
  • Ripped Open Effects
  • Wood Grain Paint
  • All Kinds Of Custom Painting

Airbrushing In Kansas City is the place to bring all of your custom paint, and airbrushing jobs. We have the experience, and the knowledge to give you exactly what you have been dreaming about.

Below are pictures of a 2013 Harley Davidson bagger bike that I am doing red candy chrome. You can see the fairing with the chrome, then the next picture is after the red candy was applied over the chrome.


IMG_2173IMG_2211The pictures above of the 2013 Harley are just a few, and you can also see more of this motorcycle and paint job on the page marked “Motorcycles”.

The picture below is a front fairing for a 2013 Harley Davidson without clearcoat. After this more candy was added to push it back, then cleared. More photos of this finished are on the page marked “Motorcycles“.IMG_1982Below is pictures of my Grandson Logan’s dresser I recently did. This is a wood dresser that I used automotive paint on and then airbrushed diamond tread plate on the top and drawer fronts. I also did rivets on the top and then added real wrenches for the drawer handles. I have “step by step videos” of this entire process that you can access by clicking here <<. You will need to get a membership to this website to access these step by step videos…


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