Camaro Drawings And Such

Discussion in 'Camaro Collectibles' started by jjs3788, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. steins70z28

    steins70z28 Veteran Member

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    member: 67781"]I bought them on ebay several years ago.[/QUOTE] Not sure if they're still available look up "camaro art" on ebay.
     
  2. steins70z28

    steins70z28 Veteran Member

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    Here's some items I picked up at the local fair when I was 16.
     
  3. steins70z28

    steins70z28 Veteran Member

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    Sorry file wouldn't upload.
     
  4. Da-bigguy

    Da-bigguy Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Here is a link to his website.
    http://www.sin-customs.com/
     
  5. RatKing

    RatKing New Member Gold Member

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    I found a guy that goes by Zombie that does damn good work for (what I consider to be) a very low price for the quality and attention he gives each print. You can find him on Instagram @Zombie1972. He's done 3 prints for me thus far and all are beyond expectations...here's the one he did of my Camaro:
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  6. cadmanmeg

    cadmanmeg Veteran Member

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    Wow, nice. May I ask what you had to pay for that and the size of the print he gave you for the cost?
     
  7. RatKing

    RatKing New Member Gold Member

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    He does the best work I’ve come across, you can shoot him an email at Zombie@RodandKulture.com and I’m sure he’d go over things with ya. The cost is well justified with his attention to detail and pure talent.

    My Camaro was a 16x20, which I think is the largest size he offers. When we were going over things he told me the car with a hood would be about $200 less than without due to all the engine detail...and he was on point with those details. It ended up costing me around $600, but I’m sure some of that comes from me being such a meticulous pain in the ass.

    The other 2 he did for me so far (‘50 Chevy Pickup and ‘70 El Camino SS) were 8.5x11 that came in around $300 each. The scans don’t do them justice.

     

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