Looks OK, but I'm kinda like lcurts. Maybe a more gradual transition between the two colors? Looks like a quality job; smooth, glossy, no runs.
I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
1989 VN750 acquired December, 2008, 6,711 miles
Currently 23,298 miles
2001 Honda CMX250 Rebel acquired July, 2008
1987 VN750 project bike, acquired August, 2009, 33,000 miles and balancer sticking out of the case, currently awaiting attention and parts
The blending of blue into black is well done and nicely finished.
I`m usually a proponent of the "less is more" school, when it comes to paint designs, and I like this. If you think it needs "something else", I think a thin 1/8" pinstripe flamelike design woven on the top of the fender might look sharp.
1991 VN 750 -"Cosmic Lady" or "Bad Girl"?
Purchased May 16, 2008
Approx.19,300km (12,000 miles)
Fiamm Freeway Blaster horns
F&S luggage rack and engine guard
Kury Offset Hiway pegs
July 13, 2016, Riding on the DARKSIDE now, Classic Radial 165/80-15
I'm with Flightcontrol, maybe a more gradual transition between colors, but your paint work, looks fantastic.
Small Sport Windshield
Home built coasters
Kaw touring front fender
1990 Fuel tank
Kenda Kruz 110/90-19 & 170/80-15 tires
NGK Iridium plugs
NGK plug caps and 7mm copper core wires.
You did a fantastic job, the way it looks in the pictures. I think I'd leave it like it is. I really like it.....
If you have to do something else, a very light black flame job from the black extending the flame licks on the blue would look nice. I think it would ease the color transition. Make it light and clear over the final.