Contest! Win Some Car Design Art Supplies

I’m having a contest. That’s right, a full-on, internet-enabled, contest where the winner is literally mailed a goodie bag of awesome things. Instead of rambling on with written prose just watch me explain it here:

You in? If so just scoot on over to my Facebook page and post your pic. Deadline is January 20th, 2015. Currently this is just for residents of the USA and Canada.

New Videos: How to Plasti Dip Stuff

I just finished editing a series I did over the summer on how to Plasti-Dip spray to black things out on your car. In these videos I used Plasti-Dip on my dash, my wife’s minivan, sunglasses and even taillights using the Smoke spray.  Check them out and let me know if you want some more demos on using Plasti-Dip

Here is the Plasti-Dip set:  http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2e0rAS3zwih7rydppbu3ts-nvl4MA5XL

And here are some on installing and replacing a SCion XB Grille:

1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Uvpa2Vb1_o

2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkBdxz8w8lo

Here’s one you can watch right now on Taillights:

Car Vinyl Video Training Series

Hey everyone we just completed a very detailed training video series on auto vinyl graphics.  In this 3 part video series we will cover all the information you need to design and apply vinyl graphics to your car! This is a lot easier than painting your car if you’re going for custom graphics and don’t want to get messy or find a huge garage to paint it. If you’ve seen any of the “The Fast and the Furious” movie or been to any car shows then chances are you’ve seen some pretty amazing vinyl graphics. Vinyl is basically a huge bumper sticker with images and graphics printed right on it. You need to design it on the computer, get it printed then apply. There are a lot of tips, tricks and techniques that you’ll need to know so make sure you watch every second of these training videos!   Here’s a link to the playlist where you can see all 3 videos.  Go!

BRING IT ON, TEACH ME THE WAYS!

Here’s a teaser:

INSANE DSLR Rig Contraption

Don’t spend thousands of dollars on an expensive DSRL rig for your new Canon video set up! For a just a couple bucks and using common household materials you can create this INSANELY elegant and practical DSLR rig. Features include:

Shotgun mic mount
Nintendo NES controller
LED book light
ipod holder
Compass with cigarette lighter plug
GPS unit
Large LED light
Old-school flash grip
Stylish handle
All-black assassin styling