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graphic design or painting hot rods

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by MANIK DEK, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. MANIK DEK

    MANIK DEK 12oz Member

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    graphic design or painting hot rods

    Discussion started by MANIK DEK - Feb 20, 2004

    i got kinda i delima here and i want some of your imput. registration for classes for next year has to be in next friday. im in high school but next year i will only attend three mandatory classes,math, language, and history and then after those classes are done i go to a technical school for the rest of the day. i am having trouble deciding what to take at the tech school. im trying to choose between graphic design(which would include printmaking and such) or custom auto painting not just basic painting like flames and stuff. im kinda more into the graphic design thing but being able to paint cars would have its perks.
    what you guys think?;)
     
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  2. anonymity1

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    anonymity1 - Replied Feb 20, 2004

    ummmmmmm, boogie hands?
     
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  3. SteveAustin

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    SteveAustin - Replied Feb 20, 2004

    eh...there's already enough of those designer people out there...paint hot rods.
     
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    WebsterUno - Replied Feb 20, 2004

    yeah, grow out your sideburns,
    get some bitchin tatoos, slap on
    some dippity do and get crackin!
     
  5. When

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    word.
     
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    well think about it, if all your gonna be painting is hot rods you gotta ask your self, how many times a week will a hot rod show up to be painted wherever you are, most hotrods nowadya are restored or fubar, pretty soon there wont be much left to paint in that department, if your talkin cars in general, then yes, seems more interesting.
     
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    When - Replied Feb 21, 2004

    manik
    no matter which you choose
    be prepared to do some work

    me being me id say go for the painting course
    if youre good, there is pretty good money to be had
    especially in hand pinstriping

    plus it offers you an opportunity to work at
    pretty much any body or custom shop you want
    if your skills are up to par

    make sure you have fun whatever you do
     
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    very much so^^^^^^^^
     
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    beauty...

    http://www.daddyodesigns.com/portguitar.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.rocketcitycycles.com/doporto13a.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.daddyodesigns.com/ptrikefender2.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.hotrodscustomstuff.com/Paint%20shop/Paint%20Flames/PaintFlames46.JPG'>

    [img]http://www.signartz.com/motorcycles/Hand-Pinstriping-on-front-f.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.streamlinedesign.com/pinstriping/TN_springfv.GIF'>
     
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