I'm in the U.S., but a long ways from Vegas. Quite honestly I know air brushers that can put down some really nice stuff in comparison to what my stuff is and can kind of almost mimic some of the outline work. Although many of them struggle when it comes to working with ink. Its almost like a tattoo. Since I'm working with a water based ink, on solvent based paint with a solvent based clear coat over top, I had to be extremely careful not to lay down too much black of the clear will lift. If his painter works in water based automotive paint like many body shops do now, then I'm thinking it won't be a real problem. My oldest practice motorcycle piece, the first one had too much black and clear lifted in about 2-3 years. The following older pieces I did, are now about 10-12 years old, less black more line work and have held up nicely. Thanks for the compliment.