My second completed custom. The outlaw, indeed, is a great car to learn custom tricks with. I used a few things that I learned here on LaLD (thanks guys!) and some of my own fabrication skillz (more on that later). I like how it turned out. There’s a couple of things I would have done differently. But, I’m glad I learned and can take that experience into my future projects.
Snagged the wheels off a playworn Bimmer. I like how they look on this car. Especially since I went with a gold accent along the bottom.
Custom Pew-Pew pipes on the back. Also, this picture shows that my coat of red paint wasn’t very smooth. I probably should have buffed it a bit before adding the clear coat.
It’s funny what details you notice after you take pictures of the final product... The spoke hole on the front wheel that is filled with gold bugs me. Not an easy fix. lol Oh well.
The honeycombs (according to the picture on the package) should be fog lights. Went with yellow on that. For future outlaw customs I think I might find a way to wedge actual clear lenses down there. It doesn’t look quite right. They kinda look like air vents.
This past three weeks I had to work on my final project for my Graphic Design II class. I choose to create a package to suit the outlaw.
Hit two birds with one stone! Work on customs and Schoolwork at the same time. Goofy grin, sunglasses, and thumbs up are intentional for maximum cheesiness.
Thanks for looking! Moving onto the next custom project...