If you have an artistic ability, I encourage you to learn how to airbrush on cars. Sure, it may be a little different, but if you already have the artistic ability, the rest is a walk in the park. What Kind of Paint Do I Use There are many good paints to use for airbrushing ...more
Painting your car's interior is a great way to enhance your driving surroundings and give you a new plush look. In most cases it can even increase the value of your car when you trade it in or sell it. You could spend hundreds, even thousands for changing or replacing your in ...more
If you're painting your auto yourself, you might need a little help if you've never done it before, especially when it comes to the primer sealer and apply your first base coat of paint. This video will show you how to do just that. An OEM fender was already prepped by sanding ...more
Doug Jenkins, will not only show you how to maintain your car but also how to completely restore and renew its paint job. You'll learn how to scuff off old, dry paint, apply new paint and even fix blemished in the paint job as your cars becomes like new before your eyes. Part ...more
In this online video series, learn how to paint your car bumper, from car painting expert Marcel Porter. This experienced auto technician will show you how to sand your car bumper, how to mix the primer for your car and how to apply the primer, how to prepare the car paint and ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a recycled potato container car. The materials required for this project are: a recycled potato chips, half of a skewer stick, 4 recycled plastic soda caps, glue and a sharp pencil. Users may also need paint, brush and string. ...more
Ever see those cars so covered in dirt, dust, and grime that someone writes "Wash me" on it using their finger? Well, for those cars' sakes, as well as cases less extreme, a word of advice: procrastination is not a solution — it can only compound the problem. Self-cleaning car ...more
This is a step by step look at how to properly paint your car wheels. In this particular video the color selection for the wheel is black. A protective top coat is also applied (but not shown). Watch and begin customizing your car's wheels.
Papercraft guns are the new origami. The new origami for boys, that is. WonderHowto and YouTube are chock full of paper gun tutorials. Many models are simple, but some are impressively realistic, not to mention functional. My personal favorite (unfortunately no tutorial) is t ...more
The Mighty Car Mods team show you how to paint your cars brake calipers to improve the appearance of your mighty ride. Unfortunately, you won't get better brake performance, but they will look good!
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to draw a Lamborghini sports car on a computer. If you don't paint the car one portion at a time, you might get confused and your drawing will siffer for it. You should lay down shades of yellow and orange with the paint bucket and fin ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to apply decals to RV cars. First, peel your decal from the paper they come on and then place it onto the RV car where it is smooth and there are no ripples on the vehicle. Make sure the entire decal can fit onto the spot where you want to place ...more
If you're restoring a classic VW Beetle Bug, you may or may not decide to keep the original running boards that came with the car. If you've just painted your car and plan on installing the running boards, don't do anything just yet. Check out this tutorial above to find out w ...more
The main idea behind this prank is to have the publics attention/reactions in the city. Get people dressed up as old men Have 3-4 different groups with 2-4 people Go to the middle of the city/town Have one group in a car, another walking on the side walk, another comming out ...more
When it comes to used cars, it’s hard to make lemonade out of a lemon. So don’t get stuck with a piece of junk in the first place. You Will Need * A keen eye * A mechanic Step 1: Look inside Start with the interior. If there’s lots of wear-and-tear on what you can plainly see ...more