RAF's Paint jobs and repaints

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    rrjrstatueman wrote 1 day earlier »
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    Raf, are you giving up your daytime job and going into artisian painting? Fantastic work Raf!

    I would love to do this full time , but I still need my boss and she needs me :D

    :lol: :lol:
     
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    rrjrstatueman wrote 3 days earlier »
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    Raf, are you giving up your daytime job and going into artisian painting? Fantastic work Raf!

    I would love to do this full time , but I still need my boss and she needs me :D

    I would walk out on my job right now if I could make a living doing something I enjoyed...in a heartbeat. :yes:
     
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    Patriot666 wrote 12 minutes earlier »
    rrjrstatueman wrote 3 days earlier »
    Batman29 wrote 1 hour earlier »
    Raf, are you giving up your daytime job and going into artisian painting? Fantastic work Raf!

    I would love to do this full time , but I still need my boss and she needs me :D

    I would walk out on my job right now if I could make a living doing something I enjoyed...in a heartbeat. :yes:

    :D I would too if it were your typical job , but this job is very lay back and my boss has been so kind that I can't leave her even if I was offerd triple the salary from someone else , been with her for 34 yrs known her for 40
     
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    rrjrstatueman wrote 3 hours earlier »
    Patriot666 wrote 12 minutes earlier »
    rrjrstatueman wrote 3 days earlier »
    Batman29 wrote 1 hour earlier »
    Raf, are you giving up your daytime job and going into artisian painting? Fantastic work Raf!

    I would love to do this full time , but I still need my boss and she needs me :D

    I would walk out on my job right now if I could make a living doing something I enjoyed...in a heartbeat. :yes:

    :D I would too if it were your typical job , but this job is very lay back and my boss has been so kind that I can't leave her even if I was offerd triple the salary from someone else , been with her for 34 yrs known her for 40

    WOW 34 years ,that alone is very rare .
    Sounds like a good relationship , stick with her loyalty is hard to find,
     
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    Raf, could you please tell me what airbrush and needle size your using? Im using a badger sotar2020 and it wont do fine lines without blocking the needle. Im about to buy another airbrush and need something capable of fine lines.
     
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    That paint job looks so organic. I love the blood drip. Thanks for the video Raf!
     
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    Patriot666 wrote 1 hour earlier  » 
    I love the blood drip.


    That particular feature is just otherworldly. :drool:
     
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    rrjrstatueman wrote 1 day earlier » [​IMG]

    Amazing. I agree with Alex it looks very organic. And the blood drip so pure macabre. Great job.
     
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    Lars wrote 1 day earlier »
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    I love the blood drip.


    That particular feature is just otherworldly. :drool:

    I agree.It is so lifelike!
     
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    Yes, I echo all these comments as well Raf.
     
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    dirt torpedo wrote 3 days earlier  » 
    Raf, could you please tell me what airbrush and needle size your using? Im using a badger sotar2020 and it wont do fine lines without blocking the needle. Im about to buy another airbrush and need something capable of fine lines.


    Hey buddy I got this one , and as for the needle hell I just put in the thinnest one it came with , will have to check the number :)
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002K5P83W/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    As for super fine lines , Casey love recommends the micron , which I still have not gotten dur to the fact I'm able to achive what I need with this one . But that micron is crazy , super super dine , but they rune like 500 bucks
     
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    Hey guys so me and my daughter will be taking an 8 hr class of painting The cyclops bust with Casey love ' and painting a human eye . I know I already took a class with Casey but this will be a cool father daughter experience as she wants to learn as well . And although I have been teaching her , I thought it would be cool for her to learn it from a pro :) class is jan 10 , thing is Casey moved and now he is
     
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    Raf it's such a privilege to be able to attend courses with all these gifted people just like that, so make use of whatever you can get. Also sounds like a great family bonding thing as well. :top:
     
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    Sounds very cool Raf .
     
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    :top:Great idea Raf and have fun:top:
     
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    raf! cant wait to see your paintjob on blade maquette!
     
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    This so so awesome raf. Great that your kids share the passions that you do, your son is a super talented artist as well. Who knows maybe we will be commissioning your daughter In the future custom projects. Lol
     
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