Monday, August 28, 2017

Horse Breeding Farm License Plate Logo

We did a logo auto tag for a horse-breeding farm
In Louisville KY. I liked it so I will post it on my
Web-Site, there you can personalize it with your
Custom sentiment and select from fourteen

Vibrant Mirror Tones.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Diamond Theme Logo Reproduction – On a mirrored auto tag.


Cool-Mirror – Logo Reproduction.

We reproduced this Diamond Logo for a Cool-Mirror Customer.
It looked so good we decided to offer it an our website
Coolmirror.com There you can select your custom mirror colors
and add your personal text.

Depicted Here is a mirror license plate with a smoke mirrored diamond,
And a smoked mirrored license plate with a Mirrored Diamond - Personalized   



Thursday, July 27, 2017

My 3 Boys




Zack and Oso Doing what they do best 

 Having Fun building power

Sleepy Boy 

 Very Serious

My 3 Boys








                                     Elvis Lip  

Monday, July 10, 2017

The Basic Philosophy of Yin Yang - Auto Tag - Mirrored


The Basic Philosophy of Yin Yang

According to yin yang philosophy the universe, and everything in it, is both constant and cyclical. One force dominates and then it is replaced by the opposing force. This activity continues constantly and repeats itself over time. Examples illustrating the philosophy of yin yang include
Life and death
Heaven and earth
Night and day
Dark and light
Health and sickness
Poverty and wealth
Cycle of the seasons - Cold to hot
The Yin Yang Symbol
The symbol of the yin yang, also known as the Tai Chi or Taiqi symbol, consists of a circle equally divided into black and white sections by a reverse S-like shape. Within the black section is a small circle of white. Within the white section is a small circle of black. Each of the individual aspects of the yin yang symbol has a significant meaning, as does the entire yin yang.
The Outer Circle
The outer circle of the yin yang sign represents everything in the universe and the universe itself. It encompasses the duality of everything that exists.
The Black Section
The black area represents yin with the following characteristics
Feminine
Passive
Intuitive
Delusion
Moon
Dark
Cold
Submission
Contracting
Downward seeking
Downward movement
Night
Soft
Stillness
Rivers
The White Section
The white area represents the yang with the following characteristics
Male
Active
Logical
Enlightenment
Bright
Sun
Light
Creation
Dominance
Upward movement
Strong
Hot
Expanding
Hard
Movement
Mountains
The Black and White Sections Together
Together the black and white areas represent the interaction of the energies found in all things. They illustrate the cyclical nature of yin and yang and all that it represents.
The Small Black and White Circles
Located in the areas of their opposite colors, the small circles show that nothing is absolute. In each of the opposing forces there is a small part of the other. In all yin there is yang and in all yang there is yin. This holds true for everything in the universe, for example in every female there is a little male and in every good there is a little evil. Nothing in the universe, or in life, is simple black or white. Each exists in the other and each needs the other to exist. 

Friday, July 7, 2017

Great Dane Mirrored Vanity Auto Tag - License Plate



  About The Great Dane


Originally bred to hunt wild boar, but he probably wouldn't be very good at it today. The ferociousness necessary to track down such a large, wily animal was eventually bred out of the Great Dane. He's now a gentle soul who generally gets along well with other dogs, animals, and humans.
However, his size and his power bark will scare the wits out of a burglar. Anyone who owns one of these dogs eventually understands that while you may be used to his awesome size, others usually need a little time to get there.
The Great Dane was developed from Mastiff - type dogs, but he's more refined than other descendents of this ancient breed. A Great Dane is sleek and elegant. He has an athletic, muscular body. His massive head - and massive is the right word - is long and narrow. He's got a long, graceful neck. His ears can be cropped or left natural. (Cropped ears are common in the U.S., but in other countries, ear-cropping is banned.)
His size can present problems. Eyeballing a dog who weighs what you do makes some folks nervous. His tail can knock over a lot of things, particularly in a small space. And given the opportunity, he's an impressive counter surfer. Luckily, he isn't rambunctious or highly energetic.
Size notwithstanding, a Great Dane is a sweet, affectionate companion. He loves to play and is gentle with children. He has a peaceful disposition, although he hasn't lost any of the courageousness that helped him hunt wild boar. Although he isn't particularly vocal (despite his killer power bark), he wouldn't hesitate to defend his family.
Even given his inherent gentleness, it's advisable to teach him good manners and attend obedience training classes when he's young. His sheer size alone could make him impossible to control when he's an adult, and - as with any dog - you never know when he might see something he just has to chase
He's eager to please and highly people-oriented, demanding a great deal of attention from those around him. He tends to nudge people with that big old head of his when he wants to be petted. Sometimes you'll meet one with lapdog tendencies who see no reason not to hop onto the sofa and drape themselves on you.
Surprisingly, the Great Dane typically doesn't eat as much food as you'd think. And while he needs daily exercise, he doesn't need a huge yard to play in (although he certainly would enjoy one).
Because of his beauty and gentle nature, more and more people are discovering the Great Dane. He currently ranks as the 24th most popular dog breed, according to registrations with the American Kennel Club.
Just be aware that because of his size, he's got a relatively short life span of around eight years old. That means he takes up a huge space in your heart for a short amount of time.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Saint Bernard Vanity Personalized Auto Tag - License Plate



About The Saint Bernard Dog Breed

A male Saint Bernard's height can range between 28 and 30 inches, and he can weigh between 140 and 180 pounds (63 to 81 kilograms). A female's height may range between 26 and 28 inches, and she may weigh between 120 and 140 pounds (54 to 63 kilograms).
The dogs may be longhaired or shorthaired. Coat colors include red and white, brown and white, and brindle and white. Some dogs have dark masks over their eyes. The ears are set high on the head and are floppy. The eyes are dark and a little droopy. The forehead is fairly wrinkled. Saint Bernards also have jowls, which makes them prone to drooling.
Because the dogs are so large, they take longer than many other breeds to mature fully. They generally do not reach their full size until they are 2 or 3 years old.
Personality
Saint Bernards are loving, placid dogs. Their instinctive friendliness is likely to offset a stranger's initial fear of approaching such a large dog. However, Saint Bernards are equally quick to protect family members who they believe are in danger.
Because they are so friendly, gentle and tolerant, Saints can be especially good for families with well-behaved children. Known to be exceptionally understanding and patient, Saints are careful not to injure a child.
These dogs are eager to please, which can make training easier than with other breeds.

Friday, June 30, 2017

Mastiff Dog Breed Personalized Mirrored Auto Tag.


About The –Mastiff- Dog Breed

With his imposing size, sleek coat, and distinctive black-masked face, the Mastiff -- sometimes called the American Mastiff or English Mastiff -- is probably not the dog you think he is. Certainly he's the largest of the dog breeds, not the tallest but the heaviest, routinely weighing in at more than 200 pounds.
Mastiffs are known as "gentle giants," big dogs whose main weapons are their size, reputation, and instinctive understanding of what is and isn't a threat. A well-bred, well-socialized Mastiff will protect his human family as part of his nature, without any special training beyond simply making him a well-behaved member of the family.