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Old 08-25-2010, 10:23 PM   #15
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I love it! Very unique. If I see you at a campground I'll say hello.

Please do that. We will not be hard to find!


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Old 08-25-2010, 10:52 PM   #16
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Well the whole iRV2 membership will know you now. I will say hello too if we happen to camp near one another.

Very nice work and all with brushes is something you seldom see anymore.

Are you going to do the toad too?

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Old 08-26-2010, 05:36 AM   #17
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Hi Possum et al.

I look forward to meeting you in person at a campground somewhere.

As for brushes, it wasn't brushed, it was sprayed. Marshall's drawings were converted to computer images which were used to create full-size masks of the swirls, greyhounds, etc. They then painted primer then then purple base coat, applied masks and added the yellow and the Sundown Orange.

The result is really quite impressive both from a distance and up close.

We have definitely talked about working on the toad. At first we jokingly talked about adding yellow swirls to it. We still talk about it, but now it seems less like a joke and a little more like a possibility. If I remember that is how we gradually transitioned from a more conventional design to something quite unique.

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It definitely is unique and you won't have a hard time finding it in a crowd! We have the exact same coach and since it is a very popular model (and color scheme), finding it in the crowd at a large rally might be challenging. Not for you anymore! Congratulations on a one of a kind paint job, very nice!
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Easy to pick that one out at a rally.
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Wow, what a paint job! I love it.
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Wow, what a paint job! I love it.
Thanks for the message. I'll make sure the artist sees it.


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