My skateboard


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If any one remembers my plan when I went to the Further Confusion was to have 5 boards to sell in the art show.

I only ended up with three because the paint kept messing up, no matter how hard I would try the paint would blister and literally start falling of the two boards.

Well after sitting on the boards for a while I managed to repaint it with no problem and sell it.

The last board no matter what I did would mess up This board has had roughly 18 images on it, every one of them had to be sanded off after the weird blistering effect.

The last Image I made on it managed to look pretty good, it was an image of Rarity with a pink background that I made to try and sell at Radcon (A local anime con) and I was pretty hopeful...

Untill the clear coat went on and it turned into a blistered mess..

I was all "F--k it I'l just keep it" and I found some Thunder trucks with wheels on them at a second hand store for three bucks each, and put them on it.

BUT I am still learning to skate board and being the clumsy fattass was embarrassing enough throw in the fact it was a PINK board only made it worse.

So I repainted it with Twilight being all Rapidash.

The paint TRIED SO HARD to blister off but I was so careful with the primer and did SO MANY super thin layers I actually managed to beet the blistering!

There are places you can see the paint was TRYING to come off but it now just makes for a cool looking texture.

I put very little work into the image and did so little to make look cool and the background is pretty simple (I wanted to leave space for stickers later on) so when it actually looked COOL I was pleasantly surprised!

I took some quick pics before I started messing it up and decided I'll post 'em!



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3.71 / 5.00

Apr 4, 2012
8:43 PM EDT
Fine Art
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1004 x 818 px
154.4 KB

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