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2005 Harley Davidson Roadking
HOK chameleon "blue to red" base coat with translucent flames. This is the second bike we've painted for the same customer in NC, in pretty much the same scheme and color combo!
Harley Davidson Sportster
Apple red candy with ghost flames for this HD Sportster from Missouri
Harley Davidson Streetglide
"If you're looking for a quality custom paint job, check out BD's Cycles. Bryan did a fantastic job on my 2009 Streetglide!" Eric M, Charlotte NC
Harley candy flame paint job
The silver base under the multiple candy colors gives the flames their unique appearance and beautiful colors! Outlined with a red pin-stripe, over a black base, clear-coated, and color sanded and buffed!
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! Drop shawdows add depth. So does about 5 coats of clear, applied in two steps, color sanded with 2000g sandpaper and then buffed back out using a 3 stage buffing process, with a standard lifetime warranty... Just sayin.... :-)
This bike came to us with an old 90's looking paint job. The frame had been painted to match, previously, We mixed up a silver to match the frame color, and re-sprayed the entire bike with this cool custom flame paint job. What an excellent looking ride!
This "true fire" paint job is certainly something to look at! This effect can be done in a multitude of different colors, over a variety of different base coat colors.
Harley Electra Glide
This old black Electra Glide came to us in need of a face lift. A custom root beer candy and sole gold translucent ghost flames made it a one of a kind! A whole lot cheaper than buying a new motorcycle!
A black base, followed by a rainbow mini-flake, and then green candy, gives this paint job an amazing look!
These marblized flames have blue candy tinted tips and a jagged blue pin stripe. Cool and refreshing way to do a flame job!
Liquid Crystal flames
These flames were done using a special product from ALSA called "liquid crystal" Flames were tipped in red, and outlined with a sharp red pinstripe!
Satin finish clear flames
This set got a black base and purple pearl ghost flames, followed by a satin clear coat to protect everything!
Yamaha Vstar 1100
This Yamaha Vstar 1100 painted by BD's Cycles was featured in the 2006 Yamaha "Star Days" calendar
Custom technique flame paint job
This is a process I used in lieu of a traditional HOK "marblizer". This process is more like sponge painting, but without a sponge. It's amazing, the depth of the paint job, given that there's only two colors used!
Metal flames Kawasaki
This effect is the result of texturing the raw steel with a DA sander, followed by the application of a red candy, black flames, and a lot of clear coat. I'm glossing over a lot of the details with that description, but you get the point!
This beautiful Carolina blue paint job has always been one of my favorite color combos! So refreshing and unique!
Yamaha Vstar 650 Classic
I mixed two colors together (a Harley color and a Toyota color) to come up with what I believe is one of my most favorite color combos to date. I think I'll just stop right there and stare at this picture, envisioning my bike in that color....
Harley 883 Sportster
Centerline flames on a little 883 Sportster, covered with tangerine candy
Yamaha Roadstar 1600
Blue base with a white true fire/smoke effect, smothered in a blue candy
Black base, silver marblizer. Black flames with a red pinstripe and drop shadows really give a 3D look to this flame paint job!
VTX1300 green w/blue flames
Talk about expensive, the green-to-gold pearl additive used in the mid-coat (which goes over the lime green base color) is $600 for 14 grams (1/2 of an ounce!)
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