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Frosted Job

Discussion in 'Portfolio Board' started by jkdbjj, Jul 28, 2012.

  1. jkdbjj

    jkdbjj Active Member

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    Here is one of the doors to a salon I did today. I have 3 more left to do. Turned out well with the high end decor inside.

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  2. 704signs

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    Looks Nice
     
  3. jkdbjj

    jkdbjj Active Member

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    704, btw, what is your comfort level with frosted vinyl in case I am overbooked on that. I know we discussed some work recently, and you are going to assist me with the retail store coming up, but I couldn't remember if you are comfortable doing wet installs with this stuff.

    Also, still haven't heard about that banner up in the air, the client said he would try to do it himself (I have heard that before!)
     
  4. 704signs

    704signs Member

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    No problem with vinyl ... frosted can be a pain .. I used to do only dry installs but there is a time and place for wet that's for sure.. Let me know if I can help you out ... Talk to ya soon.
     
  5. James Burke

    James Burke Being a grandpa is more fun than working

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    Sweet...but no dots on the letters "i"...I kinda miss them.


    JB
     
  6. Moze

    Moze Very Active Member

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    I agree, but I think there should only be one dot. :Big Laugh

    Seriously though, I was going to say the same thing. Did it not get weeded out or is that just how the font is?

    Anyway, nice job - it looks good!
     
  7. jkdbjj

    jkdbjj Active Member

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    That was the approved font guys. No dot :D
     
  8. mudmedia

    mudmedia Active Member

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    Dots, No Dots, Half Dots, Squares whatever...Still looks good!!! You mentioned the install on these being wet...I take it they are a pain to install?
     
  9. Ian Stewart-Koster

    Ian Stewart-Koster Active Member

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    Frosted is a pain to get looking good if done dry!
     
  10. James Burke

    James Burke Being a grandpa is more fun than working

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    Then no dots it is. In a way, it's kinda nice to throw a "curveball" to help an image stick in a person's mind.


    JB
     
  11. Craig Sjoquist

    Craig Sjoquist Major Contributor

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    Looks very nice and fitting for a salon nice job
     
  12. jkdbjj

    jkdbjj Active Member

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    Pat it is what we had left over. I believe it was 3M. We have both Oracal and 3M.
    I did not know about the mactac, I'll be looking into that!
     
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