Customs How to's Tips and tricks

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Customs How to's Tips and tricks

Thais group is just for sharing the how to's of customizing share your ideas and your ways to get the job done 

Members: 11
Latest Activity: Jul 25, 2013

Group Rules

Rule for this group they are simple

Just to be up front with all rookies and professional customizers

 I don't care how good or bad you think you are we all can learn from each other

And if you decide to trash or bad mouth anybody’s ideas on how they do things you can leave

Every customizer has a product they use for whatever reason that don’t mean it’s the best  if you have a certain product or tool you use tell us why it works best for you

A custom to me is defined by

 if you change anything on the car after removing it from the package it’s a custom plain and simple

 I like simple stuff like wheel swaps or tampo removal to a full blown chopped up custom

I will help anyone I love to teach as well as learn I do not claim to know it all but know people that’s think they do I am not like that

 

So if you have a different way of doing something share it with us this is about having fun 

 

Thanks Paul Wooten

Discussion Forum

Photo-Image Lighting-Effects ... A Few Ideas ...

Started by Reverend Jeffrey Roberts. Last reply by Reverend Jeffrey Roberts Jul 25, 2013. 2 Replies

   Hello Friends.By NO stretch of the imagination am I an actual photo-expert. However, I have experimented with ideas my wife and father hadeach shared with me a few years ago.  And lately ... with some of mymost-recent "Kuztomz" project-threads,…Continue

CREATING CUSTOM-DESIGN REALISTIC-LOOKING EXHAUST PIPES

Started by Reverend Jeffrey Roberts. Last reply by william toro Apr 28, 2013. 1 Reply

Hello Friends.The link ( below ) will take you to my second tutorial(here on DCN ... within my profile-page)about how to make realistic-lookingcustom-design exhaust pipes ...…Continue

Best place to buy decal paper

Started by paulwrfcustoms. Last reply by william toro Apr 28, 2013. 3 Replies

Water slide decal paper comes in different types clear and white backed paper and you must know your type of printer  either a inkjet or laser jet http://www.beldecals.com/ Continue

Chemicals used in customizing

Started by paulwrfcustoms. Last reply by paulwrfcustoms Apr 24, 2013. 5 Replies

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Comment by Reverend Jeffrey Roberts on April 22, 2013 at 2:11pm

Hi fellow group-members ...

Thanks to Paul's invitation, I've posted two tutorials

in the DISCUSSION FORUM, just above this COMMENT WALL.

The two Discussions are entitled "POLISHING STEPS SHARED"

and

"CREATING CUSTOM-DEZIGN REALISTIC-LOOKING

EXHAUST PIPES"

I hope those two postings will help all of you on your projects.

Also, I wish to sincerely thank YOU, Paul ...

for taking valuable time to kindly create this group.

Another wonderful for us to share with each other.

... CHEERZ, to each of you ...

Jeffrey

Comment by goatboy customs on April 20, 2013 at 3:30pm

below is a few pictures of customs i do from wheel swap to paint to chopped 

i will add some step by step stuff after i get moved 

Comment by goatboy customs on April 20, 2013 at 3:29pm

this is just a few examples of what i do so i will help any one that want or need help 

Comment by goatboy customs on April 20, 2013 at 3:24pm

as soon as i get moved i will give some pictures of stripping cutting and paint with air brush and paint mask 

I totally  Agree Paul a custom is any changes made once opened and every one does things differant ,

Comment by Jon Wasielewski on April 20, 2013 at 9:53am

Well said!!

 

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