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Airbrushing is not very expensive. An artist will charge between $50 and $100 to airbrush a motorcycle helmet. The costs all depend on the design you choose, the colors needed, and how large it is. The more time it will take the artist, the more he or she will charge. If there are a lot of colors, it will cost you more. If the design is large, it will cost you more.
It may also be the case that some motorists can buy a plain full faced motorcycle helmet and give it to the custom shop, don’t forget to give your chosen design or character so that it would be easier for the artist to make the design. Face it, you know you want to look as awesome as Iron Man, as sexy as Wonder Woman, faster than Flash or rugged like Wolverine.
Ways for Women to Customize Their Motorcycle Helmets: Get a bright color! Men tend to get just black and if they customize it, it usually involves skulls, flames or brands. Go bold with your fingernail polish and get a neon green or pink helmet. It will increase your safety with visibility and show off your feminine spunk.
Nonetheless, “novelty” motorcycle helmets are very popular and adapt themselves very well to custom graphics, airbrushing and decals. “novelty” styles include chrome, marble, leather, carbon fiber, solid colors and German shapes. Those purchasing these helmets are warned that they are not designed for safety, as they will not protect the head on impact.
Watch Videos Online: There are cases when motorists would think of the costs of having their helmets customized. There are those who try to watch videos online instead, there are tutorials available which can help one design his or her own helmet. A medium used may vary from airbrush or paint. Some videos may give you step by step techniques on how to make designs using other materials so as to come up with a comic character, superhero or another cartoon character.
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