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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-04-2014, 12:27 PM Thread Starter
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Headliner airbrushed


here goes the headliner/ceiling to be airbrushed
this is the idea but going to try to make the dome light work into the image..
should hopefully have it done by weeks end..then on to other interior parts

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Cant wait its going to look badass!!! lol
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Thanks yeah gonna be a project
But the big one will be the rear deck....

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the fabric primer was bit foggy.... good reason to always wear a mask
gonna let it set for the night and wake and shine to start cybertron....

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if ya look closly ya can see the light fabric pencil marks...

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well thought I was ready to spray
but was thinking last night in the sleep,
I'd better paint the dome fixture along with the headliner....sanded and primed it then while doing it, noticed the Onstar mic...don't have it so this I my find another use for switch or something...so sanded it also...
see the plastic primer and degreaser also a light soap and water wash just before the degreaser....
was gonna use a scotch brite pad...but keep in mind this is a semi-high used item and want a good bond to the surface so I used sand paper..

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This is gonna look awesome. My brother just bought a compressor so during spring we're gonna get a spray gun and some paint and do some painting to my car as well. Can't wait to see this finished up

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Thanks if ya need any pointers let me know
I've been at it for over 25yrs.(airbrushing)
Did my living room, bedroom, etc... Can't stand blank walls...

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And with all this snow we got worked out to my benefit so I have all day tomorrow to work on it...and hopefully tues.

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Keep check out the thread and please post comments....I'll do one thread for headliner and the other for the rear deck.....

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Sick idea man I seen your airbrushed door panels! The insert with that robot eye is amazing! Great work man


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I agree your interior will look amazing and what you've done so far is amazing, still not a fan of the outside but the interior, just wow.

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looks like it should be nice when done. how bout some pics of your work in the house? i went to art school for 3 yrs, im interested to see

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