I’ve been working (quite slowly) on learning pinstriping. I’ve always loved the art of it…and now that I’ve done some of my own I’m in awe of the guys who can just whip their brush around and get amazingly uniform, perfect lines. For those who have never tried, it truly is a skill. Below are a few of my meager attempts…but I’m getting better! 07/2011 -My first super multi-colored panel. A little busy...but pretty cool! 07/2011 - This was just a quick job...but I just knew my converse were a blank canvas! 12/09 -I've finally practiced enough to lay some lines down on my pinstriping toolbox! 06/08 - The bottom of my skateboard. One of the first pieces I layed down without pre-planing or measureing it out! 06/08 - Just inside the fuel door on Stude 12/07 -My first try at taping out flames. Done on a metal panel with spray cans with striped 1-shot around the edges. My first practice panel - on an old window pane For LOTS of pinstripping photos for those of you trying to learn (or just because pinstripping is super cool!) check out the special pinstripping gallery over at MyRideIsMe.com!