#3
What do you mean? He had professional photos taken, I have the entire album if you'd like to see them. The acoustic guitar is mine, the electric he did for an area musician, along with the snare drum.
#4
ah okay, sorry mate. recently we've had a deluge of spambots posting malicious links under the guise of guitar-related topics. considering that was your first post, and you joined today, i was a little suspicious. my bad. welcome to UG!

man a lot of that artwork looks really nice.
#5
Not quite a fan of the paint job on the acoustic, but the rest looks good! Tell him to keep it up!
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#6
does he protect the paint at all? looks like it would wear off really fast.


but, it does look nice.
#7
The paint he uses is designed to last, yet I put a thin coating of polyurethane to protect against wear and tear from picking and playing.
#9
Sick!!! I think it's amazing haha.


i wanna do the same.
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#10
He's a freelance artist based out of Cleveland, if anyone is interested in working with him I can provide contact info. He accepts projects from all over the world.