From fades, to flip paints, airbrushing to flakes we can do it all.
To create this variable colour effect the bodywork must first be perfect.
Primer followed by black base coat is applied and then the chameleon paint is sprayed on.
This is then lacquered, rubbed down and polished. The cost is relatively high as the paint itself is very expensive and the preparation time is longer.
This is a very special technique which requires primer, then base coats in silver or gold, then candy dye applied in the lacquer, then clear coat.
The finished paintwork is then wet flatted, lacquered again and then professionally polished.
Just see the base coat gold shining through the candy when the sun hits it!
Often known as BLING.
This is a fairly cost effective way to add extra sparkle to any standard paintwork. Once the main colour has been applied then small flakes are added to the first coat of lacquer, which is then covered by several additional coats of clear lacquer.
It is normally available in gold, silver or multicolour but newer versions of flake are always coming out.
This larger flake requires many coats of lacquer to cover the flake. It is then wet flatted and lacquered again, then flatted down again and polished.
This helmet had in total 40 coats of primer, paint, lacquer and clear!
This means the job takes much longer than most spray work and costs considerably more
We use our painting and airbrushing skills from the automotive industry to provide a range of services.
From airbrushing portraits and designs on kitchen cupboards or fridge doors, to cool art work on stools, tables, chairs, radiator covers and indoor water fountains. We are able to pretty much paint anything as long as it stays still long enough.
Even electronics, ever wanted a one off mouse, or computer game console?
By combining several aspects of flake, dye and inks in the paint, we can create exclusive colours and effects.
A unique blend of flake and inks in the lacquer can give a car a depth of finish with a subtle change of colour depending on the viewing and lighting perspectives.