For 3 weeks now i have been slowly but surely painting away and customizing this new longboard i picked up from the guys at Bustin Boards
in Brooklyn. I have taken off the initial transfer tape, re-sketched my drawing straight onto the board and have spraypainted some nice textures and a few hand painted details. Its been a long and tedious process, but i am super happy with the results so far.
Hope you guys enjoy what you see....feel free to drop any comments and stay tuned for the next stage Pt.3 of "Bustin Loose in Brooklyn
|FIRST STEP IS TO MASK OUT THE SIDEWALK.|
|HERE IS THE RESULT OF USING BLACK, GRAY AND WHITE SPRAY PAINT AT VERY LOW PRESSURE|
|AND NOW I MASK THE LETTERS TO THEN PAINT THE BRICK BACKGROUND USING SAME TECHNIQUE AS THE SIDEWALK....THIS TIME USING ORANGE, RASBERRY AND A LIGHT SKINTONE COLOR SPRAY PAINT.|
And there we have it. After multiple masks i have achieved the textures i hoped for. Now its time to pull it all together by adding some brick detail and filling in the milkcrate and spray paint cans........
Till next post.....STAY UP!!!