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I just bought this Mack pinstriping brush

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Dawood, Aug 17, 2005.

  1. Dawood

    Dawood 12oz Elite Member

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    I just bought this Mack pinstriping brush

    Discussion started by Dawood - Aug 17, 2005

    What? you want tight lines? I copped this mack pinstriping brush and some pints of one shot. Thats whats up for canvases and whatever you want to paint small with tight lines. I been painting for almost 20 years and That Mack brush is the TRUTH!
     
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    macks, xcalibers, kafkas, all that shit is tight. we sell all that loot and one shot at my place of employment. im thinking about getting into it.
     
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    Joker - Replied Aug 19, 2005

    I have a friend who swears by that One Shot stuff. Says the black is by far the best stuff he's used, ever. Now these brushes... the brand is called The Mack? And where does one find such instruments? I know I can't just walk into an art store for pin striping tools...
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Aug 22, 2005

    What no links , no photos, what are you tryin to pull here...
     
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    Dawood - Replied Aug 27, 2005

    when I finish some of the panels I'm working on I will post flicks

    Oh yeah, And One shot Is Definately whats up...If you use brushes and your'e looking for TIGHT lines and what not, One shot is the deal.
     
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    shai - Replied Aug 27, 2005

    damn...my secret's out. i just found my last can of black one shot this a.m. i'm trying to decide if i should use it or not. also, ronan color and hascolac- in some ways, i like hascolac better- it's a fluid lacquer from holland. compared to one-shot, it's expensive, but it thins out more than one-shot, and it stays opaque. ronan color is nice too- it's about the same as one-shot in quality and price but they have a different pallette. hey, wood, i want to see what you are up to w/this- i've seen some writers come off really well with sign paint. good tip, though.
     
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    Dawood - Replied Aug 29, 2005

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    this is one of the first things I tried with my mack brush...I am trying to get into car customizing. I got some panels I will post soon, God willing
     
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    warelonian - Replied Aug 29, 2005

    looks fresh man.
     
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    shai - Replied Aug 29, 2005

    good first try! are the fades spray paint, or did you use a fan brush? i wonder what your postman will think.....
     
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    The fastest mailbox on earth!
     
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    Dawood - Replied Aug 29, 2005

    Yeah, It was krylon sun yellow, popsicle orange and banner red with a hint of automotive burgandy spraypaint . I macked the red lines though. I'm working on some panels too...checkit.

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    I know this is a bad picture, but I did'nt feel like taking another one. And plus the lighting is real bad inside my treehouse.
     
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    shai - Replied Aug 30, 2005

    you should flame out the treehouse.....that would be money.
     
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    Yeah, huh.? I'll consult my manager about future treehouse projects
     
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    Defect Cards - Replied Aug 30, 2005

    I have a few Mack brushes and use 1shot, I haven't been pinstriping in a while but I learned taking a course from one of the forefathers (Yosemite Sam Radoff) They aren't lying 1 shot is amazing, the colours stay fast, pigmentation is great, nice gloss finish, sticks to almost anything and stands up to weather like none-other. If you want to see some nice stuff find the book "pinstriping masters". I'll post some flicks of a few things i have flamed and the Jacket Yosemite did up for me.

    I does take a long time to master, and there is a steep learning curve but if you have concentration and are willing to sweat it out for a few months it can be picked up. I'm planning on doing that this winter when I can't paint. Once you get the thinner ratios down (only add a tiny bit to get the right flow) then you are set.

    http://www.1shot.com/

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detai...598405?v=glance


    There is supposed to be a second one of these out but I am not sure if it ever made it to print or not.

    my teachers website
    http://www.yosemitesams.com/

    The man has been painting since the early 50's.......
     
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