Pompino L frame + So-EZ Squid fork = loads of fun to come !
Now it's time for a little custom paint using spray.bike cans ..
Very easy to use and surprisingly smooth result .
Yéyé, can't wait for the next pictures
Masking was a pain in the ass ^^.
But patience is key 💪🏼 .
This is incredible. In awe of your paint skills
That is absolutely great, top skills.
How did you learn to do it?
;) thx bud
Thank you very much ^^ Is it actually my first time painting with sprays . I just took my chances and jump straight in ..
This is incredible. Needs a red or green Spok at front IMO!
wtf is this awesomeness...
Wonderful. Matching kit
nice, no brakes?
Yup no brakes
Love how much the front fork matches the rear!
Absolutely love it, very creative!
whats the texture like with these paints? A friend painted his road bike and the finish is very rough and thick andd not great...
always put me off from using spray.bike.
Amazing. Love it!
this is the content i like to see
How long did it take to do?
This is frikkin sik!
Hi , the texture is very powdery and dry very quickly , so you don't want to over spray . The tricky part is that the flakes in the air can eventually fall on the fresh paint underneath so you better start from up to bottom ;)
Also if you struggle with roughness a light wet sanding is maybe to consider .
Are you planning to add the transparent top coat / lacquer? I did this on my bare metal MTB frame and it worked very well, would protect the paint nicely I think
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