Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man starring Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson, albeit in an aged and distressed condition. While the 1991 flop is considered by some to be a cult classic, it only caught my attention in Middle School for one reason: The Marlboro Man (Don Johnson) defeats the bad-guy by virtue of the fact that his cowboy boots are held together with duct tape. So yeah, I only remember the ending. The heavily modified 1989 Harley Davidson FXR however, is indisputably a cult classic in its own right.
building one now for a bike show in Florida, and he approached me about doing the artwork on the gas tank. I've never painted on a curved surface like this before so it was bound to be a challenge. After a lot of figuring and discussing our ways and means, we agreed that he would supply the tank with rough blocking and I would work from there.
TIP1: you can shave down the tip of a marker for a finer point but it will wear down pretty quickly and as you whittle away you may end up with no tip at all. TIP2: Tips on refillable paint markers are removable, making it much easier to shape them as desired. TIP3: If you can't find the handle to your big fat #2 Xacto blades, and you are forced to push a blade down with your index finger, be sure that the blade edge points down, not up, or you may slice into the tip of your finger:
— Richard Gurley Drew invented adhesive tape in 1923 (no offense, Mom).
final product, of which I am but a crumb.
Rest In Peace
9♦John and Jean Runyon
A♥You (we all go some time)
A♠John R. Cash