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How to Paint a 150 ft Batman mural

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by weaselboogie, Jul 25, 2012.

  1. weaselboogie

    weaselboogie Very Active Member

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  2. ddarlak

    ddarlak Trump Hater

    impressive
     
  3. Craig Sjoquist

    Craig Sjoquist Major Contributor

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    Wow that is alot to deal with indeed. Looks awesome though.
     
  4. anotherdog

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    That is a print head - old school
     
  5. FireSprint.com

    FireSprint.com Trade Only Screen & Digital Sign Printing

    Whoa.

    That's very cool. I have to wonder what the cost of that would be, vs the cost of printing and hanging that...
     
  6. Flame

    Flame Major Contributor

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    So he said they pounced it on... someone has to help a noob here. I've pounced and painted smaller wall signs, like 15' across, and 2 stories up it was a pain in the butt to hold the paper in place to pounce it correctly. So how the **** do they pounce out a 150' tall design???
     
  7. anotherdog

    anotherdog Very Active Member

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    big slide projector shone on the wall would do it.
     
  8. CanuckSigns

    CanuckSigns Very Active Member

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    how on earth would you be able to do the shading and all the detail when you are so close to the wall? you would have no way of seeing the big picture!
     
  9. Gino

    Gino Premium Subscriber

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    I know it said pounced, but it looks more like it was drawn on. There are pounced areas, but we'll just take their word on it.

    Typically, one would use a grid of a small picture and then transfer that small grid into the larger grid on the wall. Once you have everything painted in, you can move onto the next grid/box. Kinda like creating a large coloring book effect.
     
  10. SD&F

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    That's cool to look at.....not good to think about theses days. That B--t--d ruined life
    for so many people(not Batman)
     
  11. Sign Up Graphics

    Sign Up Graphics Very Active Member

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    This is amazing!!! :thumb:
     
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