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Graduated from Pima (added an AS to my BS's, woohoo)
And work there now (technical advisor blah blah blah)
Sold all the bikes (I miss them)
Moved to a new place (right  downt he street actually)
Got a car (1998 Mustang, hey it was free)
Won an Addy Award (Gold and also Judge's Choice, it's like Best of Show)
Updated a little bit of the website ( www.azchopshop.com )
Been doing some freelance (nothing too special but got a fun project coming up)
Uploaded a couple of new pics and updated a few old ones (love the scorpion chair)
That's the last 3 months for me in a nutshell.
  • Mood: Lazy
  • Listening to: Unreleased JDilla beats
  • Reading: Sandscripts & Windhovers (don't ask)
  • Watching: NCAA tournament
  • Eating: lunch
  • Drinking: water

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caesar1996
Caesar Leo DeJaneiro
United States
Current Residence: tucson, arizona, usa
deviantWEAR sizing preference: xl
Favourite genre of music: backpacker rap
Favourite photographer: davenit, lithiumpicnic, zerocomplex
Favourite style of art: imrik & axii's style of vector art
Operating System: windows 7
MP3 player of choice: iTunes
Shell of choice: explorer (modified)
Wallpaper of choice: depends how I'm feeling
Skin of choice: depends how I'm feeling
Favourite cartoon character: master shake
Personal Quote: i'm a male model NOT a male prostitute
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PhotoBeaute Featured By Owner May 4, 2012
Thanks for the watch
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kiDDy86 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2011
Hey whats up? i remember i told you that i would show you my lowrider. Heres a link to my blog where you can check it out. peace

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caesar1996 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2011
Looks pretty dang good to me
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kiDDy86 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2010
Hey man, what do you do to prevent paint flaking of, or damaged?

I just custom painted my lowrider and i accidently peeled of a bit when inflating the weels. Once it fell an scraped off paint on two places.

So is there any trick for protecting the paintjob?
Peace
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caesar1996 Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2010
Well, to start off, we used to use automotive paint (with a lot of clear coat) and now use industrial paint so I'd say go for the higher-end stuff or if you can afford it, powder coating. Plus we try to let the paint cure for a week after painting, I guess it depends in the paint job though. Get rubberized tools or make your own with do-it-yourself coating. That'll save your butt when putting your bike together and a tool slips and hits the paint. Also if you're modifying your bike (i.e. adding weight, changing dimensions) invest in a better kickstand. We eventually started making our own kickstands because regular ones couldn't handle the funky angles and strange stresses we were putting on them.
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kiDDy86 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2010
aight. Well i was a intern in a auto paintshop. so its auto color and clear coat. but i dont know it still feels so weak. the lowrider was all crome'd. maybe i didnt sand it good enough? the kickstands? shit tell me about it, thats how i got the two big scratches i mentioned. how did you make your own? mabye i'll turn it in somewhere or buy a new one. Hey, i'll let you know when i upload pics, she's a real beauty iam shore you'll love it.

Thanks a lot
/Daniel
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caesar1996 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2010
Our process was this: sand with 400 grit (i think it was 400), wax/grease remover, primer, wet sand, base coat, flake, clear/candy, clear/pearl, clear, clear, clear. Not sure what the flash times were, I'm sure it says on the cans though. Good luck. As for the kickstands, we either modified existing ones to fit our needs or rebuilt existing ones with more hardcore parts. We didn't have the capabilities to build them from scratch.
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imacrazygoddess Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2010   Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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cable9tuba Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2009
thanks for the visit :)
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piratecaptain Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Beautiful work all around man, you've got a great eye for design.
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