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    Default Let's see your paintwork



    I'm one of the thousands who love seeing some good ol' tank or helmet art. I can not draw or paint but appreciate those share their talents with the world. I also appreciate those who create products that help the artists follow through with their vision. Brian Kennedy owns and operates PaintHuffer MetalFlake. Brian makes metalflake that painters stand by and has built great working relationships with well-known painters. The MetalFlake is affordable, bright, and top quality.



    PaintHuffer started in Phoenix,AZ back in 2011. At the time I was painting custom tanks for choppers along with custom helmets. A buddy who worked at a local auto paint supply shop (jobber), gave me the nickname "PaintHuffer" due to my constant time in the shop, and work ethics.

    I was constantly trying to find Metalflake that would not fade out in the sun, that was UV Resistant. I also needed colors that would work with what I was creating in my shop. With no luck trying to find this, I decided to source and work with a Polymer Chemist to help me create my own brand "PaintHuffer"

    Once we launched our company, I was extremely humbled and grateful for the amount of high profile and talented artists and corporations that began to use our product. We have grown over the past 5 years into a global company, with worldwide distribution. We still stay very true to the painters who are learning and constantly give support to those who want to learn this craft.

    We have an incredible group of people who help out PaintHuffer on a daily basis. Our team of "Sponsored Artists" and customers continue to blow our mind with the amount of amazing artwork we see produced with our MetalFlake. We are beyond grateful and excited for our future in this amazing community. Huge thanks to Lisa and Chop Cult for all of your support!! -Brian Kennedy


    Show us paintwork created by you in this thread and one lucky member will receive a box of PaintHuffer MetalFlake goodies. The winner will be announced on August 30, 2016. Best of luck. Lisa

    PS - Brian graciously offered a 10 pack of metalflake containing 6 original PaintHuffer MetalFlake and just released 4 signature series pack of BuckWild flake through Instagram. Mike Clary won the prize pack.
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    @claryscustomcolor with his winning package from our contest with @chopcult ⚡️⚡️⚡️

    A photo posted by PAINTHUFFER METALFLAKE (@painthuffermetalflake) on


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    Let me begin by saying I'm not a painter by trade but i kinda of taught my self to paint and enjoy playing around with it. When I put this bike together back in the beginning of "08" I did it all including the paint. This was my first Metal Flake job and I used some big boat flake. I'm including my build video so you can see more of the whole process enjoy. I'm also including some pics of the bike now with its new skin created by "JTP" I only wish I could paint like him!!

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    I painted these tins for my softail in June. I have been painting in auto body and restoration for the past 8 years, but this is my first "custom" paint job. It was nice to be able to get creative, I plan on using the bike as a rolling business card to get more work like this. It's really fun to do!


















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    Thats sweet....Nice work!!

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    Thank you!

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    Default paint work

    kinda new to paintin g and still learning
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    Still working on my mojo.. I'm a huge fan of Painthuffer's shit tho.

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    I've painting for about 20 plus years. Started out as a car painter and eventually turned to just bikes about 8 years ago when I started my one man shop(Visual Impact) in Pennsylvania. I have tried a few different companies flake over the years but I'm looking forward to getting a chance to try painthuffer flake on the next job I need flake for. From the feedback I've see so far it looks like good stuff. Here's a recent job I just finished. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by viz View Post
    I've painting for about 20 plus years. Started out as a car painter and eventually turned to just bikes about 8 years ago when I started my one man shop(Visual Impact) in Pennsylvania. I have tried a few different companies flake over the years but I'm looking forward to getting a chance to try painthuffer flake on the next job I need flake for. From the feedback I've see so far it looks like good stuff. Here's a recent job I just finished. Click image for larger version. 

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    Your experience shows, that is talent right there!!

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    Thanks man!

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ID:	71445Here is my recently home painted tins for my VTX. I put them back on the bike this weekend.

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    Thanks for sharing your talents. Keep them coming!

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    Hey guys, up to this point I haven't had a space to shoot paint, hopefully that will be changing in the near future. I do hand lettering and pinstriping. I do a lot of antique toolboxes and ammo cans and a tank here and there. I figured I'd give it a shot and post up some of my work.

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    Here's some examples of my projects. I basically started doing this for the fun of it but now I'm getting orders and it feels pretty fucking rad! Flake is what I mainly deal with so this would come in handy (more examples of my work on IG: @mexichoad). Thanks to CC & Painthuffer for this giveaway!
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    I dink around a bit.
    doing a helmet and tank for a local show called the Salty Bike Revival show in a month. I'll post about those as they progress.

    first up was a gradient fade for a gal out in san francisco





    this was the bottom of a tank for last years SBR show. it's my take on the beheading of holfernes by Caravaggio (a renaissance painter), the woman on the left while the body on the right searches for his head. The sides had acetone smoke flames into a gold textured top.





    Next is a deers face tearing itself from its own possessed skull. I don't know, man. I have bad ideas, okay?





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    A little brook trout before clear coat



    norton tank. no decals. just hand painted. the pin stripes took me the longest. still ain't right. but looks good on the bike.



    matte cat. a girls cat she wanted on her sporty tank



    my buddies dog talking some 90's colors, prior clear coat

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    Quote Originally Posted by choadpanther View Post
    Here's some examples of my projects. I basically started doing this for the fun of it but now I'm getting orders and it feels pretty fucking rad! Flake is what I mainly deal with so this would come in handy (more examples of my work on IG: @mexichoad). Thanks to CC & Painthuffer for this giveaway!
    what tape do you do for all that masking? I find I occasionally pull up the color under neath when i've masked an area off. or do you just clear after each color is laid down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by viz View Post
    I've painting for about 20 plus years. Started out as a car painter and eventually turned to just bikes about 8 years ago when I started my one man shop(Visual Impact) in Pennsylvania. I have tried a few different companies flake over the years but I'm looking forward to getting a chance to try painthuffer flake on the next job I need flake for. From the feedback I've see so far it looks like good stuff. Here's a recent job I just finished. Click image for larger version. 

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    god damn! nice work.

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    Here's a couple pieces I've painted. Only been painting a bit over two years now but I love it. Click image for larger version. 

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