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    Talking New Scoop

    had an old scoop laying around that i wanted to put on the boat,
    it was bright red, needed some glass work, probably a 30 year old scoop.

    Todd @ TRG took what i said i was looking for and made it awesome, awesome glass work, and awesome paint,
    good price and always kept me updated with what stage it was at.






    now all i need is an equally bitchen tray to compliment the paint

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    Nice work Toddster. On both this one and the midget racing deal.

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    Nice Job Todd! That's how customer service should be ran. Todd is a stand up guy, and from what I know about him, honest & quality work is made in his garage. Scoop looks killer.

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    Aww, thats whos scoop that was.....

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    A question if I may.

    Who comes up with the layout/graphics design. Is it the customer, or a joint (no pun) effort between artist and customer?

    Just curious....
    Last edited by Squirtcha?; 04-07-2010 at 06:04 PM.

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    Looks real good guys, nice work!

    Pm fuelinmyveins82 for a guy to make you a tray, he just had one made for a single 4 barrel deal and its awesome and the price was right.
    Last edited by cs19; 04-07-2010 at 06:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirtcha? View Post
    A question if I may.

    Who comes up with the layout/graphics design. Is it the customer, or a joint (no pun) effort between artist and customer?

    Just curious....
    Thanks guys! as for the question, I will usually get a feel for the customer, give them a quick idea of what I think it should look like or listen to them and go off of what they want, typically they have no idea, so I just try to use the graphics from the area on the side of the boat at the engine, then color match! Pretty difficult to do long lines on a small canvas like these scoops, then try to make a # work in the mix for a race boat???? thats when tape gets wasted! lol

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    Kick ass work as always Todd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRG View Post
    Thanks guys! as for the question, I will usually get a feel for the customer, give them a quick idea of what I think it should look like or listen to them and go off of what they want, typically they have no idea, so I just try to use the graphics from the area on the side of the boat at the engine, then color match! Pretty difficult to do long lines on a small canvas like these scoops, then try to make a # work in the mix for a race boat???? thats when tape gets wasted! lol
    Ya you'll be hearing from me soon Todd!

    Hair do, LMAO

    P.S. changed my user name! Not a wanna_be_ anymore!
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    Hold it firmly on the ground, a few pelvic thrusts should do the trick. If not repeat till satisfied!

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