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Mustang matte wrap

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by kuttek, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. kuttek

    kuttek kuttek

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    Wrapped with ultra matte
     

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  2. CP Signs

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    Goid job guys. My style.
     
  3. 401Graphics

    401Graphics Very Active Member

    I like matte finish with solid colors. But his looks like it was sanded, airbrushed, and then never clear coated.
    But the wrap job looks great.
     
  4. S'N'S

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    Good job but the first thing I noticed was no top half of the flame where the rear quarter panel meets the bumper.
     
  5. mudmedia

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    Nice job...Did you have to seam the front bumper/ body kit for no color stretching?
     
  6. kuttek

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    No seams we had lights removed and trims molding handles and any pieces that gotten in the way, took about two extra hours but a show quality finish, the bumpers was the hardest to wrap however we did stretch but did it in the-flame area so its not noticeable. The trunk was in two piece because he wanted carbon look vinyl on there ill post better pics tommorow
     

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  7. rjssigns

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    :thumb:

    What printer? I imagine you ran white ink?
     
  8. aaronJREgraphics

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    I love the matte and removing the head lights and stuff was a good move. the design is not my style but you guys killed the install good work!!!
     
  9. ForgeInc

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    hmmmm, sorry - i think it looks really tacky, but i'm sure the customer loves it and the install looks perfect.
     
  10. Jack Knight1979

    Jack Knight1979 Very Active Member

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    awesome job on the install. Great work.
     
  11. HulkSmash

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    I agree.. the art makes me cringe. Nice install. In the future try to make sure the graphics from the bumpers connect with the body
     
  12. kuttek

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    it was done with mutoh 1624, with 1440 dpi colors came out so perfect its impossible to tell the black is ink.
    the design is nice, not everyone will like it but its just a matter of taste, the blue side flames have lots of fades of skulls and demons in it, it goes well with the theme he picked. overall i think it was great project, customer loves it and everyone that seen it in person cant believe its a printed wrap. The install quality makes the biggest difference, glad we removed all the parts and molding

    thanks for the input guys, we will be doing another wrap this weekend ill post pics of that one, am sure y'all gonna like this next one.
     
  13. rjssigns

    rjssigns Major Contributor

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    Cool. Thanks for the printer info. For me nuthin' beats good ol' fashioned skulls and flames.

    I did a partial with skulls and tribal work. My Mom won't even look at the pictures.:omg:
     
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