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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by 609Surfer View Post
    I might be stupid, but I am certainly not a kook.
    dude thats a kook move if you just leave your board deck facing up in the sun.

  2. #12
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    Board Art Work

    Gary's Boards in North Wildwood, 26th and New Jersey. They just opened and have a sick artist named Brittany who specializes in board art work. Heres the site http://garysboards.com/ (the site is still under construction). But here is the number to the shop, (609) 523-9500. Hope this helps.

  3. #13
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    Either break out the sharpies... or revisit the spray paint idea with stencils, tape, etc. Or go with some kind of object you can dip into paint and "stamp" prints all over it.

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBCrew View Post
    Either break out the sharpies... or revisit the spray paint idea with stencils, tape, etc. Or go with some kind of object you can dip into paint and "stamp" prints all over it.
    The problem is is that it is like being a tattoo artist. Mess up, you are **** outta luck.

  5. #15
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    not trying to be a d!ck guys, but im looking for pictures of sprays, not how to do them or what to use. I NEED PICS!!!!!

  6. #16
    Nah 609 surfer is a kook and not even a local. I'd know him if he was

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyav13 View Post
    Nah 609 surfer is a kook and not even a local. I'd know him if he was
    Caught me red handed.

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepThrower70 View Post
    Gary's Boards in North Wildwood, 26th and New Jersey. They just opened and have a sick artist named Brittany who specializes in board art work. Heres the site http://garysboards.com/ (the site is still under construction). But here is the number to the shop, (609) 523-9500. Hope this helps.

    Kool New shop in the area I will have to check them out.

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by retrosurfer View Post
    sharpie paint pens bro
    with the sharpie pens do you have to rough up the area and after you do the sharpie stuff on it do you have to seal it?

  10. #20
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    I use Sharpie Paint Pens and they're friggin' amazing. Use Acetone on the board(scrape off the wax of course), just put some on a rag and lightly move it over the board, then wet sand it with 400 Grit Sandpaper. I always do a pencil sketch before i paint so i know where and what I'm painting. After your done painting, Use Kyrlon's Clear coat Satin. It gives it a vibrant color and seals your work in. do 3 layers of clear coat allowing time to dry for each coat. once the 3rd coat is fully dry, use wet 600 Grit sandpaper to lightly sand the board. This evens the Clearcoat. after all that you'r officially done with your board, it's ready to surf. I've done boards for friends right before they go out, and i've done full board pieces. either way it's a great way to spice up your board.

    I'll Post pics of some work when i can find my Camera plug-in cable for my computer