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4.62 / 5.00

Jun 11, 2013 | 2:54 AM EDT
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I made a forum post way back while I was working on this and then proceeded to fall off the face of the earth for like, 2 years. I used acrylic paint on a wood body. Coated in several coats of polycrylic finish for protection.

The body itself came from a Saga guitar kit. All the internals, as well as the transparent pickguard and pick-up covers were purchased from other suppliers and assembled by American Music in Seattle. I'll try and get the specs from the guy who owns it. Thing plays like a gold knife spreading nutella on french toast.

More pictures can be found on my Behance portfolio:



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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow! I dont even OWN a guitar, and I would buy this. Excellent color choices, the complementary colors are spot on.

LordWozz responds:

I'm glad you noticed the color coordination!

Determining the palette was one of the most difficult parts of this project. This amount of painting requires a lot of coherency. I limited myself to only using colors mixed from red, yellow and blue. Mixing everything from scratch helped keep the shades and hues along the same "spectrum" so to speak.

I used Pthalo blue for a lot of the shading too. It's slightly transparent and also worked as a sort of visual "glue" to pull all the characters together.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

damn dude! as a simple guitar player i must say that i would love to play some tunes in that guitar, it looks awesome, do you still paint guitars? anyways goin' to favs and keep on rockin' dude

LordWozz responds:

This was actually my first guitar commission. I'm hoping to have the opportunity to paint more in the future!