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Modified 30-Aug-15
Created 30-Aug-15
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We don't usually paint helmets, but when we do....People usually don't understand that painting a helmet takes as much, or more, time than painting a tank if you prep and finish it correctly like Tony does. K.W comped the designs in Photoshop and then set up the vector files to cut the masking stencils in Illustrator on his MacBook Pro. As usual we had Jim McMichael Signs and Truck Painting in Knoxville, TN cut the elaborate stencils out of low tack paint mask. Tony prepped the helmet and sprayed it high sparkle silver base before K.W applied the masks so we could airbrush the black detail, and then finish with the show quality clear coat. Don't even think about it unless you want to spend at least $500!