CUSTOM PAINTED MOTORCYCLES
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2019 - 2020
Custom painted Harley 48. With good old metal flakes, candy, variegated gold leaf, and orange pinstripes, this bike is an absolute treat to the eyes. This is the new skin given to our previous work called 'Pulpy Orange' done in 2016. Our client drove down from Bangalore and handed over the parts for a new design. We hope we have met his expectations. We call this project Élan - a word synonymous with style and energy and suits the work perfectly.
A work of metal flakes and dual kandy, in distressed finish, with gold leaf twirl border and custom hand lining works. The filigree pattern has been aid carefully to reflect complexity and symmetry throughout. The pin striping details add another dimension to the complete design. The base Teal Blue (greenish blue) and brownish Orange tone are two very contrasting yet complementing colors. The color combination has been inspired by Coco Breeze custom paint, and they have been great inspiration for us. Do share our work to greater audience.
7 - Then war broke out in heaven. Michael and his angels fought against the dragon, and the dragon and his angels fought back. 8 But he was not strong enough, and they lost their place in heaven. 9 The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him. — Revelation 12:7–10 (NIV) The artwork on this Harley Davidson Heritage Softail is inspired by the paintings of 16th century Italian painter Guido Reni. Reni was known for his "Baroque" style painting and mostly religious artworks. The highlight of the project is the tank. This artwork depicts the epic fight between St. Michael and Lucifer. Bold colors and brush strokes give a feel of a classic oil painting. We have chosen Black and Cherry Wine Red as the two base colors. The Sections have been demarcated by use of Gold Leaf and pinstripes. Both the front and the rear fenders have been kept simple so as to balance out the artwork on the tank. We call this project The Archangel.