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Recent work

Posted: Sat Jun 30, 2007 1:18 pm
by Muts
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Designed in CorelDRAW! 35" x 145" Output at 150 dpi Printed with ColorControl - CMY scr.freq 20 shape Rhomboid.
Vinyl - Summa Intermediate. Laminated Avery A6 Clear.
Istock Photo.

The client didn't speak english well and I though I tried to straighten the wording out, he wouldn't let me. It really should say -
" Lawn Sprinklers by the Garden State Company "
Which I think is proper.
I also had his tag line "We Keep NJ Green" originally where the phone numbers are in the print, he insisted I put them there (both numbers)..... :roll: Cartoon was scanned from business card, printed on desktop printer,
traced on vellum, corrected and then finally rescanned into CorelDRAW!
I added the grass and sprinkler head, the "water" is actually the trademark
of their father company......

Guess How many seams...




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Designed in CorelDRAW! Output - ColorControl, default screens, cmy
Laminated and contour cut with Winplot.

Good stuff Muts!

Posted: Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:02 am
by Ruddbow
Looks great. I'd like to see a close up of the sprinkler image. Looks awesome! I wish I knew more about the screen count and all that technical lingo you speek. You'da man.

I'm guessing 2 seams..either that or none.

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2007 9:10 am
by Muts
~Rudd

0 seams
Application was done with the "super soaker" method....

Only 1 slight flaw, ribbon overlap/skew at the end of one of 'em.

That was the print I was going to have you do a couple of weeks ago....
I managed to get it done :)

I think I took a close up. I'll find it.

Muts

Winner

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2007 9:17 am
by Ruddbow
Looks like I was a winner! I thought that may be the print.

Re: Recent work

Posted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:21 pm
by JR's
Muts your work is incredible. It actually looks like paint and air brush work. I love to see a close-up if you have one of that boat lettering.

Thanks
JR

Re: Recent work

Posted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:38 pm
by Muts
thanks....
It actually looks like paint and air brush work.
I got my start doing everything by hand...I like to keep that look even though
I am almost all digital..