What up fellas, here some pics of an HD I'm currently working on
I had replied to another thread about this job.
Looks like you didn't clearcoat and sand flat before the graphics. Hope you don't run into a problem where little silver specs of flake come though the candy when you sand and reclear.
I would have recommended doing the flake first, clearcoat, resand 'flat', THEN add the graphics. This way, when you candy and clear, it's already flat, and you are ready to buff.
Doing it this way will also keep the edges of the stripes crisp. Hard to get perfect edges on stripe when using flake against fineline. You'd be doing the silver metallic which is easier to get crisp edges versus the flake. Probably would have made it a tad easier to put lace on since the surface would already be flat and you wouldn't have to apply the lace over the rough flake.
You should be allright as long as you have a lot of clearcoat on it. You'll have to do a lot of sanding to get those edges out and the roughness from the flake.
Again, looks like a killer looking job. Like the lace work.
Doin' some great looking old school paint jobs there 801Rider