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::As experienced as I may be I still learn something new most weeks::
This. Who would want to be working in some area where you were not constantly learning new stuff?!?!
Make sure you get photos once it's all done @BJARNI and post them up.
^^ Ditto that. ^^
::Would love to do this job full size on paper, by pass the computer :)::
I look forward to getting a gig that requires a bit of a hands on approach and getting my sign writing quills or Posca's out but most often time is an issue.
One of the things I like about working on these mural type jobs is that we're constantly pushing what can be done with what we have or can get our hands on.
Sometimes risky, often fun and seldom boring. :D
Well, we got our sticker up!
Hey @Scotty, here was the end result:
Mate! You're smashing it of late. :D
Is the vinyl or hand painted?
Hey @scotty, it was all vinyl, local sign wrier organised it, dont know how much fun he had with it though :) Thanks for your advice along the way.
LOL! I should have re-read the title. O_o
It looks great.
Ours went pretty well apart from my colleague forgetting the rule of adding a few drops of washing up liquid to the water you spray of the window to lubricate it on the first panel.
It gives a little time to move it around and stops it grabbing the glass.
You live and learn.
That looks SWEET AF :)
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