Our Airbrush Classes are underway and the skulls are taking shape. And no, we are not just doing skulls. Lol 😂 Airbrush Classes Are Underway Check out some of the pictures below… Airbrushing skulls really is a lot of fun and one of the easiest things to perfect. In these … Continue reading
The pictures below show an American Flag and Eagle mural I just finished on the rear ramp door of a 20′ Stealth enclosed trailer. This American Flag and Eagle mural is one of my favorites, and by far the most fun project I’ve had in a long time. American Flag … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to take airbrush Classes and learn how to custom paint and do some really tricked out projects? Well, now you can! It’s that time of year again. I always offer Airbrush Classes in the fall of each year to a limited number of folks wanting to … Continue reading
This week was a week of working on the slugger sign for the Kansas City Royals. This was a much different project than normal, but also very fun and different for a change. The Kansas City Royals gave me a call a few weeks ago about doing this sign pictured … Continue reading
This patriotic eagle mural I’m sharing in this blog post is a cool looking piece as you will see below… I wanted to share from the beginning to the end pictures of this 2015 Harley Davidson Fairing I just finished today and returned to Nita…the proud owner. This Harley is … Continue reading
Here is just some of the crazy things we done this week in the month of February Airbrush Classes. These are simple things done on poster board in the beginners classes. These cray skulls are fun and easier than they might look. This was literally less than 30 minutes of … Continue reading
Wild West Soda In Oklahoma for the first time this year. Below you will see the finished product of the “Wild West Soda In Oklahoma” being unveiled in Oklahoma this starting today (April 08 2016) and this weekend. The NEW Wild West Soda wagon will be all over the states … Continue reading
Here is a sign I painted for my daughter and son in laws “Wild West Soda” wagon. This sign may look like wood, but in fact is all painted to resemble real wood. More pictures of this rig from the first show in Oklahoma this weekend. . .