DVDs Books & Mackwear
DVDs Books & Mackwear
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DVDs Books & Mackwear
Sizes: S/M or L/XL
With an overwhelming variety of striping and lettering brushes available, the right choice for your specific application can be difficult and confusing (even for advanced artists!) In this DVD, pinstriping master Gary Jenson unlocks the mystery and confusion of striping, scrolling, and lettering brushes by demonstrating the use of each brush in the extensive Mack Brush Company line, including: Mack 10 Series Sword Striper, Mach One Striper, Mack Lite Striper, Mack Belly, Mack SLS, Mack 1010 Series Sword Striper, Xcaliber Sword Striper, Kelly Mack Sword Striper, 179 Lettering Brush, 189 Lettering Quill, 169 Lettering Quill Series, 1992 Soft Flat Stroke Series, Scrolling Script Brushes, Bobbo Super Quad, Wizard Vortex, Wizard Typhoon, Jenson Swirley Q, 444 Virus, Virus II, Alan Johnson Mini Detailer, Ron Meyers Car Show Set, Series 840 Outliner In this DVD, you'll learn how to: Palette a brush, Tell if your brush is overloaded, Pull a straight and consistent line, Trim a brush, Achieve thin and thick lines, Paint great designs, End a line Anatomy of a brush, The various synthetic and natural brush hairs, Outline flames and letters, Hold a brush, Make seamless line connections, Why the differences in hair lengths, Lettering quills, and flats Block, freehand, script, and casual lettering, Pull straight Lines Perform teardrops, scrolls, and signatures, Make a dagger stroke, Wet-on-wet blending, Anatomy of a Sword Striper, The numbering system of sword stripers, Rudder action of a brush, Clean and maintain your brushes, And more!
- You will receive over 45 minutes of instructional videotape
- Printed "basic strokes" patterns for practice
- Tips on paints, brushes, & techniques
- Learn Pinstriping for Fun and Profit
By: Steve "Wizard" ChaszeykaLearn all the strokes necessary to make beautiful dagger style striping designs. This video includes, paletting techniques, how to roll the brush, how to pinstripe a circle, painting without a grid, asymmetrical and symmetrical designs, and tons more.
By: Steve "Wizard" ChaszeykaBecome a master pinstriper with Wizard's revolutionary 10,000 stroke training method. The 10 basic strokes are broken down in complete detail. This is the most thorough video on the fundamentals of pinstriping. DVD (about 76 minutes)
By: Gary JensonHere's the ultimate guide for beginning to intermediate pinstripers and artists alike. Featuring Gary Jenson, one of the World's best as your guide, this presentation pulls no punches in serving up the top professional tricks, tips, and techniques required to establish the strongest foundation toward pinstriping mastery. As a special added bonus, gold leaf pinstiping is included!
By: Paul QuinnNationally known airbrush and pinstriping artist and instructor, Paul Quinn, owner of Design Brilliance LLC, announces the release of a new instructional DVD "How to Custom Paint Chrome Effects". Paul walks you through the process of painting a dimensional faux chrome molding and its practical application on a vehicle. You"ll learn the products, tools and techniques needed to create this stunning effect.
By: Steve "Wizard" ChaszeykaScroll style pinstriping is the fast track to big profits and Wizard reveals all about how to master this intricate art form through a series of designs on panels and a gas tank. This highly detailed step-by-step course is geared toward beginning to advanced artists.
By: Steve "Wizard" ChaszeykaScroll style pinstriping is the most elegant, yet difficult style to master. I have seen many failed attempts at this elusive style, and sympathize with anyone who has picked up a scroll brush and "gave it a whirl". The instruction contained in this video is a result of 45 years of experimentation and perfection of the scroll style. I will show you, through a 2-part instructional session the secrets I have learned and the shortcuts to pinstriping mastery. You CANNOT learn the scroll style by picking up a brush and expecting magic to happen. There are principles and movements necessary to execute good scroll designs. If you have tried and failed, this video is for you. If you have been trying to design scroll styles, but only end up frustrated, this method can help you. Tired of copying someone else's style? This video is for you. Learn to scroll like a master - have the confidence that every time you pick up the brush, you will design beautiful scroll style pinstriping every time.
By: Steve "Wizard" ChaszeykaDagger style pinstriping is the a beautiful way to enhance any vehicle. It is the most popular and most profitable thing I've done for the past 45 years. However, symmetry, design capability and line quality are the three elements that most often elude the beginner and veteran alike. How do you stay consistent, sharp, and imaginative in your work? How do you find new directions to take your work? I have revealed my "PRACTICE FACTORY" method that I still use to keep sharp. I also show how to practice and work THROUGH difficult distractions- situations that will stop a pinstriper in his tracks. this video shows how to raise the bar and learn the secrets of pinstriping masters- secrets that I have collected in my long, wonderful and successful career. I welcome you into my shop and into my "head" as I share personal secrets, thought processes, and maneuvers that I have developed and learned from other masters. You will enjoy this video every time you view it, and your growth will be apparent immediately as you make progress faster than ever before.
By: Todd HansonFilled with over 200 high quality hand-painted designs and color photos, Todd Hanson, with over 30 years experience and longtime contributor to SignCraft Magazine, writes a smart and easy to understand, informative approach to pinstriping. Divided into 3 sections, the instruction section offers insight into things such as, trimming a brush, mixing paint, and features a step by step on how to build a design. The instruction section focuses on design theory to help you gain the proper and necessary knowledge to build quality designs. The design section features 34 pages of hand-painted designs for practice and inspiration. And finally the all-color photo section allows the reader to see finished pinstriping designs on various objects such as hot rods, trucks, motorcycles, gas pumps, and panels.
128 one-sided pages in an 8 1/2" X 11" format with many pages of pinstripe designs, scrolls and tribals printed on quality lazer paper and spiral bound to simplify copying. Being one of the original pinstripers and custom painters in the 50's and at the request of many pinstripers he has put over 51 years of thought and design in this book. And some pages have multiple designs and many of the designs are his famous one-line designs he calls "ONE LINERS", (one continuous line). An exceptional aid for beginners and professionals who have imagination brain freeze and need an imagination boost.
by: Timothy RemusSince the days of Von Dutch, hot rod and motorcycle enthusiasts have used pinstripes both as stand-alone art, and as a compliment to a flame or graphic paint job. Timothy Remus uses over 500 color images to present the work of 11 well-known pinstripe artists. Each chapter presents one start-to-finish project and an interview with the artist. The photo sequences take the viewer from the initial sketch to the finished design. Text explains each step of the artwork, the interviews explain the artist's choice for paint and brushes. The artwork, often complimented with gold leaf or airbrush colors, is done on panels as well as various vehicles and components. Advanced Pinstripe Art brings the reader into the shop of some of this country's best pinstripe artists, for an intense and intimate how-to lesson. This is pinstripe school, taught by masters, brought to your own home or shop.
Author: Alan Johnson Forward by: Roger Morrison
"Two thumbs up. Great book, well done." ~Auto Art MagazineEven before the heyday of Von Dutch and Big Daddy, the ultimate way to personalize your car or motorcycle was to lay some wicked lines on top of the paintwork. Done with a steady hand and an eye for style, pinstripes speak volumes. In How to Pinstripe, acclaimed veteran striper Alan Johnson teaches you everything you need to know to get started, to further your mastery of the form, or to simply understand how a good design comes together. Following a primer on the history and evolution of pinstriping, this book launches into a step-by-step guide to the pinstriping process--from choosing paint and brushes that suit your style and abilities, to preparing surfaces, experimenting with symmetrical and asymmetrical designs, striping freehand, and using grids and patterns. While stressing the importance of finding your own style and having fun with the hobby, Johnson also explains the basics of color theory and unique considerations for antique and classic cars, hot rods and customs, and motorcycles. For more advanced pinstripers, theres also tried-and-true advice on apprenticing and working car shows. Illustrated with color photography throughout, How to Pinstripe is the perfect source for beginners and veterans alike. Format: Softbound Pages: 160 Length: 8.25w x 10.625h
By: John HannukaineThis book guides you through a basic pinstriping and a simple long-line project, and covers the skills you need to create your own unique designs. It also features step-by-step color photos that detail splatter and dry brush effects, sponge-applied graphics, cartoons and much more.
By: Craig FraserPinstriping Masters-Techniques, Tricks, & Special F/X for Laying Down the Line features how-to's and photo galleries from 28 of the top pinstripers in the world. Pinstriping Masters, 160-pages and full-color, is the best book ever published on the subject. Among the artists featured are: Bob Bond, Wizard, Craig Fraser, Makoto, E-Dog, Mr. J., Von Franco, and Mike Lavalee.
By: Craig FraserTricks & Special F/X for Laying Down the Line is the long awaited sequel to Pinstriping Masters. Featuring 25 top pinstriping professionals, each offering step-by-step instruction and super tricks and techniques of the trade. As an added bonus, the gallery section of each artist has been expanded. Once again, you'll be amazed at the collection of incredible talent assembled in one book: Andy Anderson, Gary Berg, Jim Bradley, Joe Broxter, Steve Cox, Lyle Fisk, Alton Gillespie, Cary Greenwood, John Hannukaine, Rick Harris, David Hightower, Art Himsl, Bob Iverson, Gary Jenson, Don King, Keith Knecht, Gary Kupfer, Rody Kuschnereit, Rod Powell, Blaine Scott, Jeff Scozzaro, Jeff Styles, Joe Sulpy, Dale Weber, and Clay White. 128 pages, 8 1/2 x 11
By: Ed RothTravel back into the 50's with a pioneer of pinstriping, Ed Roth. His insights and instructions will give you much of what you need to know about being a pinstriper of the year 2000 and beyond! Lots of anecdotes and info from a great artist in the field of automotive art. Soft cover 5 1/2 by 8 1/2 inches 43 pages.
By: Dick BirdRichly illustrated with many demonstration photos, charts, alphabets and trade secrets. This carefully written book by a master craftsman with a lettering brush gives your customers a professional insight into the life of a lettering artist as well as guiding them through techniques, letter-styles, brushes, paints and supplies.
By: Mike StevensThe art of eye appeal gets everything going. Top sign designers have long recognized that technical skills and tricks may be worthless without first developing a strong layout. The book covers design theories and analytical skills that can be applied to any project, not just signs. Includes over 80 illustrations and 13 hand-lettered alphabets. It also discusses format, copy, and appropriate images.
By: Dan AntonelliEvery creative sign maker has the potential to design - and sell - effective logos for the businesses they make signs for every day. Learn Dan Antonelli's straight- forward approach to creating and marketing effective, appealing logos-and see over 120 full-color examples. Designing logos is more profitable than you think.
By: Gary Steele
- Estimating and selling
- Designing the Job
- Conditions and location
- Working with proper tools, brushes and paints
- Techniques and tips
- Pinstriping and decoration
- Vinyl lettering
- Gold leaf process
- Information sources and buyers guide
By: Kent H. SmithThis thorough sourcebook details the art of gilding with step-by-step instructions and profuse illustrations, covering both the basics of handling gold leaf as well as advanced techniques and applications. It carefully explains the basic procedures for creating gold leaf window signs - from layout, pounce patterns and gilding, to backing up, finishing and varnishing.
By: Gary AndersonHere's a wealth of inspiration for any sign maker! A collection of sign sketches and logo designs by sign artist/designer Gary Anderson. You'll see scores of ideas for panel design, letter styles, mounting, graphics, and more. Gary's creative use of sign shapes alone makes the book a great resource. It also includes over 40 of Gary's outstanding logo designs. 8 x 7 inches, 108 pages
The Xcaliber corporation announces a great new book (the first in a series) by the world famous Julian "Mr.J" Braet. At 5x7, Mr. J's Sketchbook and makes a great addition to any Pinstriper's tool box. How many of us have been on the road or in your shop trying to come up with some new striping design(s),well now all you need to do is open up your "sketchbook" & use some of the sketches & ideas. The book contains over 200 hand drawn pinstriping ideas & sketches. These sketches can be scanned, copied, enlarged & used as a pattern for hand painted pinstriping designs. The book contains sections on how to use the "sketches", create multiple designs from a single design, supplies, etc.