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I did alot of talking to sebastian about air brushing,and thought what the hell.Ive made baits in the past not for skies though.Plus making bucktails is starting to get boring :D.And I always wanted to repaint baits but never did them properly,till now.Well its not a sebski painting but i worked pretty hard on it,an bothering the hell out of sebastian,picking his brain this is what i came up with.Still have to work on the eyes.I think they came out like shit.Cant wait to see what happens with it on the river.If anyone has any suugestions on what i can or should do better speak up ill take all the help i can. ;D <<<<><<< <<<<><<< thanks guys
Hellhound /walleye pattern
August 28, 2007
Looks good. You find out that the first one is rough but they get easier the more you do them. After a few more you'll impress yourself.
Its pretty much learning the airbrush. What air pressure to use, how much to reduce your paint and what colors work with each other are the biggies. Keep at it. Good luck!
ITS NOT THE SIZE OF YOUR BOAT
ITS THE SIZE OF WHATS ON YOUR BUMPBOARD!
August 14, 2007
thanks sebastian,I cant believe how well my first 2 baits came out.Now im ripping through my box prepping baits to be repainted.Now the wife to be has something else to bitch about now,that im spending time on baits while im not out fishing :D.
Here are two pics of the walleye eyes i redid bc the first ones came out like shit
May 8, 2006