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  1. #433
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunneruk View Post
    I'm self taught, since leaving school I've had a circle of friends in the automotive refinishing trade, from commercials to cars and even kitchens!, I've just always been around it.
    As with all these things, the more time you spend doing it the better you get at it. I can't really tell you more than that, My paint jobs have developed in the last 5 years and so I guess they've got better. I've had the opportunity to experiment with different finishes and I'm asked for / in a position to offer more and more different styles and ideas. It's enormously satisfying but massively time consuming.

    Thank you for your kind comments, they're very much appreciated!
    I've come to the conclusion you're bullshitting. None of these "paint jobs" actually exist - it's all just a massive exercise in Photoshop

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    SR200 Panels / tank to match a Shoei open faced lid ....

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    Oh ..... and this thundered into the yard too, these are the wheels I painted in the previous page ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunneruk View Post
    SR200 Panels / tank to match a Shoei open faced lid ....

    IMG_6414 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_6416 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_6418 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_6419 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    Would have been cheaper to paint the lid !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arsey View Post
    Would have been cheaper to paint the lid !
    The previous paint job was absolutely shite so the bodywork needed a paint job anyway (as part of a full restoration)

    He really liked his lid so decided to have his bike painted to match.


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    Lovely bikes the little SDR - be good to see it assembled

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    RD03 Africa twin

    This one is a Marathon replica.

    Painted in Halfords rattle cans by the previous owner - If you're ever thinking of doing this as a temporary measure before getting a bike painted professionally please think again, every panel had to be washed back to plastic with thinners, it took 3 days to do this alone!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunneruk View Post
    Oh ..... and this thundered into the yard too, these are the wheels I painted in the previous page ...

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    IMG_6433 by tunneruk, on Flickr
    That's pure porn....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunneruk View Post
    This one is a Marathon replica.

    Painted in Halfords rattle cans by the previous owner - If you're ever thinking of doing this as a temporary measure before getting a bike painted professionally please think again, every panel had to be washed back to plastic with thinners, it took 3 days to do this alone!!!!

    IMG_6378 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_6379 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_6628 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_6629 by tunneruk, on Flickr
    I am so lovin that. Pretty much my favourite bike of all time.

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    What is it with forum owners called Paul?

    This bike belongs to Paul who owns a different albeit very well established BMW based forum - I've seen his Yacht ..... it's not as big as BHT's

    He brought me a stock R1200RS and wanted a faded orange and silver paint job in the same style as an original R90S. I advised him that it simply wouldn't translate into a decent scheme as a R1200Rs is just too angular with disjointed panels.

    We spent an hour or so looking at colours and planning how they'd work out etc and we were good to go .... I'll let the photos do the rest of the talking!

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    Colour isn't my cup of tea but a lovely job nonetheless. Bet he's please he didn't go with an R90s rep colour scheme. You were correct, too angular

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    Chris thats a nice interpretation, albeit a bit KTM. I love the fading on the rear wheel. As allways great job

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    Time for an Italian .....

    This is a Cagiva Elefant 900 fitted with a 999 Testrasetta engine, extended swing arm and modern USD front end. The amount of bespoke billet and carbon on this bike really is something to see!

    Gavin didn't mind whether I used stickers or painted everything .... I'll let you work out what I decided to do

    Before .......

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    nov12-142 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    april2013-14 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    Naked .......

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    IMG_7269 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    IMG_7266 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    During .......

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    IMG_7052 by tunneruk, on Flickr

    After .......

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    Some really nice paint jobs thanks for sharing. If I owned one Id be afraid every time I took it in for a service though
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    Now that is lovely and knowing how you work no stickers were involved in the process at all

    Nice work Chris
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    Chris have you considered a visit to the deed poll office to change your name to:

    Chris Stunner?

    Because thats what this and you other jobs look , stunning!

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