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    Re: What's the level of interest of comissioning an oil painting of your boat.

    I would imagine you could go to a starving artist sale and get one done CHEEP

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    Re: What's the level of interest of comissioning an oil painting of your boat.

    With all of the software options out there, you can just about convert a photo to look like a painting.
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    Re: What's the level of interest of comissioning an oil painting of your boat.

    But a painting will eliminate the other boat wakes - plus get you some bigger waves and better air.

    I used to do watercolor paintings of boats years ago (did one for CrazyRythm - used a pic of the boat on the trailer and painted it launching off a wave) and I think $300 for an oil painting is fair. Oil paints are pretty pricey and much more difficult to control.

    PS Kenny Youngblood is an AWESOME motorsports artist. I met him when he was crew chief for F1 boat racer Scott Gillman, before Scott left to race for the United Arab Emirates.
    I've got a couple of signed posters done by Kenny. Just beautiful.

    According to this site,
    Kenny says his paintings run about $3,000.00.

    Here's one he did of Unlimited hydro racer, Mark Tate:

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