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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by kiffsta, Jun 28, 2020.
Show us your awesome shirts
Love this one
There's only three certainties in life: death, taxes & nurses.
I airbrush my own..... when I have the time..
Though, a friend of mine wants me to do a T-Shirt for him with his Ninja 1000SX on it. So working on a design for him..
Did this as a test run for a T-Shirt, all freehand airbrushed.
.... Whilst not a Ninja, its the same as my VFR when I first bought it - all blue.. not like this now though.
Could be better, but then again, I haven't used my airbrushes for around 10 years, so the skills and technique are still a bit rusty at the moment. Probably didn't help that my airbrush paint is also 10 years old as well, which is why its a tad fuzzy around the edges, along with the fact that I didn't have any base coat to spray down first on the T-Shirt material, which helps to stop the fuzzy edges. Still waiting on my new paint order to turn up...
Not exactly a good photo from the phone either..
For the 2-stroke addicted
The start of another free-hand airbrushed T-Shirt.
Kawasaki Ninja 1000, airbrushed the same as the one a friend of mine owns. Just need to airbrush the background in now. Which will be a highway road scene with mountain backdrop at sunset and a couple of "no speed limit" road signs.
Yes, but without engineers, mechanics wouldn't have anything to work on.
Just broken a few times.
And I hope for a few more years yet.
This is a tee shirt I screen printed myself back in the 80s. It is still in better condition than I am, but sadly, no longer fits! I cut the printed stencil by hand and used a stencil burning technique for the cutaway engine. It used old school flashbulbs to etch the stencil into a special screen paper. No Computers in those days. For the benefit of our younger members, this is one of the great engines of the 70s. I owned two of these between 1974 and somewhere around 2000. Wish I still had them in the garage now.
And another oldie from the collection