Synopses & Reviews
Custom paint jobs are more popular than ever, and no form of custom painting is "hotter" than the flame job. This book will explain how to design the best-looking flames for a particular vehicle, how to transfer that design to the vehicle, and how to apply the paint. The process of painting the flames will be broken into major segments so that the reader can go as far as they feel their skills and confidence will allow. - No other books focus exclusively on the art of painting flames- Color photography and photo-heavy approach boost the visual appeal of the book- Part of the fast-growing Motorbooks Workshop series.
No form of custom painting is "hotter" than the flame job. This book explains how to design the best-looking flames for a particular vehicle, transfer that design to the vehicle, and apply the paint.
About the Author
Bruce Caldwell has been an automotive journalist and photographer since 1975 when he became an associate editor for Car Craft magazine. He was feature editor at Hot Rod and editor of Chevy High Performance, Mustangs and Fords, Muscle Car Review, Chevy Action, and Street Rod Quarterly. His work appears regularly in major truck, street rod, and performance car magazines. He has authored several automotive how-to books.