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Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 4:48 pm
by CG351
Kayden's big bike was designed long before he personally posted anything on it. I am not even upset, I clearly said that I am actually stoked people like my ideas enough to recreate them. You have to find it a little odd that both your big bike and 110 look really similar to his. Either way good work.

Side note: I love how I'm the one getting shit on when he is recreating my work. :lol:

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 5:17 pm
by broland278
CG351 wrote:Kayden's big bike was designed long before he personally posted anything on it. I am not even upset, I clearly said that I am actually stoked people like my ideas enough to recreate them. You have to find it a little odd that both your big bike and 110 look really similar to his. Either way good work.

Side note: I love how I'm the one getting shit on when he is recreating my work. :lol:
I am not giving you shit, I'm just stating my KTM was not based off his bike or your artwork, since there would have been no way to see it beforehand. With that being said, you killed it on the 110 design. Really fond of it, so I decided to make my KLX just like it! That's why I said in the picture the design was from KP pitbike so I don't assume I am taking credit for the layout. Anyways no reason to argue :D

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Fri Apr 24, 2020 9:12 pm
by SMITH_119
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Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:41 pm
by Andy_Hack
Wow i really like that kit! I personally never saw a grey front on a Kawasaki (i think), but you nailed it.
Very nice and simple lines with a nice touch of gradients!

On a side note, what did you do to paint the plastics? I was planning to do the same on my gf's bike ('19 125sx), but first wanted to gain some information from people who did it before.

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:43 pm
by MX|VISUALS
Andy_Hack wrote:
Wow i really like that kit! I personally never saw a grey front on a Kawasaki (i think), but you nailed it.
Very nice and simple lines with a nice touch of gradients!

On a side note, what did you do to paint the plastics? I was planning to do the same on my gf's bike ('19 125sx), but first wanted to gain some information from people who did it before.
Acerbis sell grey plastic

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 6:48 pm
by Andy_Hack
MX|VISUALS wrote:Acerbis sell grey plastic
Totally forgot about that :oops:
However, I didn't want to paint them grey anyway.

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2020 10:01 pm
by SMITH_119
Andy_Hack wrote:
Wow i really like that kit! I personally never saw a grey front on a Kawasaki (i think), but you nailed it.
Very nice and simple lines with a nice touch of gradients!

On a side note, what did you do to paint the plastics? I was planning to do the same on my gf's bike ('19 125sx), but first wanted to gain some information from people who did it before.
Thanks man! I got the idea from one of Tomac's military appreciation bikes awhile back. His was a green front and grey rear. But for my model (17 KX250f) I could only find grey plastics for the front half at the time. One of my favorite setups yet!

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2020 5:47 am
by dbaum25moto
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VERY happy with how these graphics turned out. The more I ride this bike the crazier the difference seems coming off of an 02 kx125. Hoping to either coat the hubs green or buy an edge wheel set from dubya this summer, but isn't currently a priority.

Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2020 9:17 pm
by AHeckman2
Really proud of how my bike came out for this season

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Re: Real Graphics

Posted: Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:17 pm
by 317
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This is my 2001 Kawasaki KX125. The graphics were done by Jason Felkey at Split Designs Co.

The bike was rebuilt from the bottom up. We stripped the frame to raw steel, and then clear coated it with some torch marks throughout it.
We also had the hubs and swingarm powder-coated to a matte rough black.

I am absolutely in love with my bike though, and it rides so smooth and sounds sooo crispy. Hope you guys enjoy! :)

(also, all the photos were taken/edited by me :))

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