Pinstriping & Scrolling
Pinstriping can usually be done right on the surface of
your existing paint job so there isn't a lot of
preparation involved with making your car, motorcycle,
pickup truck, lawn tractor, bicycle or whatever different
from every other one on the road.
Whether it's straight stripes or scrolls I can help you
customize your ride!
PAINTED
PAINTED PINSTRIPE SCROLL PATTERN ON MOTORCYCLE HELMET
PAINTED SCROLLS ON PICKUP FENDER
PAINTED PINSTRIPES WITH SCROLLS ON PICKUP TRUCK
PAINTED PINSTRIPES WITH SCROLLS ON PICKUP TRUCK2
PAINTED SCROLLS ON PETERBILT SEMI-TRACTOR
PAINTED PINSTRIPE WITH STAR GRAPHIC
PAINTED PINSTRIPE WITH GRAPHIC STAR PATTERN
PAINTED SCROLLS WITH STARBURSTS
PAINTED SCROLLS WITH PAINTED ROSE
PAINTED PINSTRIPES ON TRIKE WITH SCROLLS3
PAINTED PINSTRIPES ON TRIKE WITH SCROLLS
LARGE PAINTED SCROLL ON SIDE PANEL OF VAN
PAINTED STRIPES & GRAPHIC ON VAN
PAINTED PINSTRIPE WITH GRAPHIC ACCENTS
Pinstriping generally refers to straight lines that accent a vehicle
body line, above the two photos on the right of the white truck
have a straight line that is accented on the front and back of the
truck with scrolls.  The trike above left shows a pinstripe that is
two colors following the body line with scrolls attached.
The photos below show a straight line pattern with a graphic
pattern as an accent, one is abstract, the other two are the
different ends of a stripe with one star at the front of the car & lots
of stars at the back of the car.
Most of the examples in this section
are of scrolls, either one color or two,
some are simple, some are
complicated.
The only different photo is the one on
the upper right, since the "pinstripes"
that lead into the graphic are thicker
than average I thought it was best to
show that not all striping is
delicate & thin.
On the left we have a burgundy vehicle
with a scroll on the hood, the accents
on either side are called starbursts.
The photo below it has a painted rose
with the scroll framing it, while the one
below that frames the Peterbilt
emblem on the side of truck.
Not all scrolls are small accents, the
photo on the right, second one down,
is on the side of a van & is large
enough to go across the door crease.