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Old 28-02-2009, 11:20 PM   #1
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i've been bored out of my mind for the past few days so i spent about 6 hours (3 yesterday 3 today) doing some custom art on my guitars, and since i like to show off... im going to show them off:bandit:

the electric, as you can (hopefully) see, is a tribal art thing... the accoustic is kind of a johnny the homicidal maniac tribute

lemme know what you think ^_^

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dude :bow:

i love the top ones and the middles ones and the bottom ones

did you paint it on?

on closer inspection that was a stupid question to ask :p

markers ftw
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thanks man

i did it in sharpie :p

for the electric im going to photocopy the pick guard so i can use it as a stencil to paint it on properly then give it a few clear coats after painting, for the accoustic im just going to give it a clear coat or 2 next time i change the strings

Edit: little more on the accoustic


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did some more work ^_^

doen till i get the clear coat spray:yup:

ill post a full shot tommorow as i do not have enough light right now

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Dude, Sick looking artwork!
I love the electric. I may just have to do something like that on one of my spare guitars.
Nice work!
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thanks man ^_^

if you do do something like that then you have to post it!!!

still havent had a chance to get a proper pic cause i've been busy all day so ill get one in the next hour hopefully
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So you just used a permanent marker for the electric did you?
And I will post when i do something, be sure of that!
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yea, just permanent marker for now, but im going to photocopy the pick guard a few times and use it as a stencil so i can paint it properly ause the sharpie's already wearing down

and you better post something *shakes fist*
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