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partial wrap

Discussion in 'Portfolio Board' started by James Chrimes, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. James Chrimes

    James Chrimes Very Active Member

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    Did this job yesterday. Customer bought new vehicle and dealership paid for most of the graphics.
     

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  2. phototec

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    Nice job!

    I think in this depressed economic world we live in now, you call sell more jobs if you are creative and offer partial wraps to customers who need something, but can't afford a full wrap.

    :thumb:
     
  3. sardocs

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    That is a nice looking job. I especially like the way you left out all the grunge splatter, lightning bolts, and checkerplate.
     
  4. petepaz

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    nice job and no doubt the partial wrap is a bigger seller right now. still good advertising for the customer at a fraction of the cost
     
  5. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    And may I add: leaving out the diamond plate, neon glows, flames, skulls, spider webs, rip curls, abstract designs, torn edges, and carbon fiber.

    :omg:
     
  6. deegrafix

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    That is a nice looking job. I especially like the way you left out all the grunge splatter, lightning bolts, and checkerplate.
    And may I add: leaving out the diamond plate, neon glows, flames, skulls, spider webs, rip curls, abstract designs, torn edges, and carbon fiber.

    And here I thought I was deficient in some way for not using all of the above. There's hope...

    Nice job!
     
  7. Bly

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    Nice job.
     
  8. James Chrimes

    James Chrimes Very Active Member

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    Thanks everyone. I have to admit that I did put a pattern in the blue. I took the jack image and ghosted in a pattern for the background. You have to really look for it though. I don't like for the background to take away from the message.
     
  9. Border

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    Very nicely executed.
     
  10. rydods

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    I love that you avoided the handle but not completely. :) created a lot less unnecessary work for yourself. Looks great nice job!
     
  11. Dan Antonelli

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    Well done!
     
  12. jhd

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    very nice! great job.
     
  13. Marlene

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    and beveled letters with 18 outlines and shadows going in 10 different directions!

    nice looking. I am not a fan of wraps as they are so overdone for the most part and instead of putting out a good visual ad, they look more like rolling eyesores. I like he clean look of this as it makes you want to see what they do and not look away because it hurts your eyes. very nicely done.
     
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