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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-19-2003, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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Howdy Triumph folks, it's Inky AGAIN! I am starting a new painting project, and need some new suggestions. I'm gonna be airbrushing a mail box, and any ideas that you have would be greatly appreciated. Come on, post up!!!!!!!

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-20-2003, 04:33 AM
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Inky will it be the standard (bread loaf) shape mailbox?
Ps.I like your art,way better than what I can do.i am mostly doing landscapes,i bought up a bunch of old hand saws and put farm or country scenes on them and sell em at my garage sales,people around here snap em up.
I don't know how much work you want to do on the box but the first idea that comes to my insane mind is having a guy holding a checkered flag near the front(door end) and 2 or 3 bikes racing toward the finish close so they look to be drafting.

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Inky will it be the standard (bread loaf) shape mailbox?
Ps.I like your art,way better than what I can do.i am mostly doing landscapes,i bought up a bunch of old hand saws and put farm or country scenes on them and sell em at my garage sales,people around here snap em up.
I don't know how much work you want to do on the box but the first idea that comes to my insane mind is having a guy holding a checkered flag near the front(door end) and 2 or 3 bikes racing toward the finish close so they look to be drafting.
Hey, there's nothing wrong with landscapes! Look at what a career Thomas Kinkade is having! You could be there too!

I love the idea, that would totally rock!

And it's a long boring, sit on the street on a post mail box, so the length of it would lend itself well to the multi bike drafting idea!

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Inky if you do happen to paint that ,Please post a pic or pm or something.i do like your work.

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Inky if you do happen to paint that ,Please post a pic or pm or something.i do like your work.
Well flattery will get you everywhere!

Here's another piece that I have painted. It was really banged up and had some really deep road rash, but I gave it a new life as a night light.
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Well, I guess that one didn't get too much of a response.....how about this one?
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Well flattery will get you everywhere!

Here's another piece that I have painted. It was really banged up and had some really deep road rash, but I gave it a new life as a night light.
WOW I really like that,its right up my alley!
The second pc is very good also.hey don't think you won't get response,it seems we are a bit sparse on this here thread.I don't geet to surf the net everyday so it may be a day or 2 before I can look and smile at the art.

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Kudos!!!!

Those pieces are sweet. I love the Union Jack paint scheme on bikes. Even toyed with the idea of it on mine. Maybe someday.....

I like Maddjack's idea of the checkered flag.
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