Haha, cool.Burnie said:Been quite busy the last couple of weeks.
But I just went ahead and ordered a T-shirt - almost identical to the one I presented a while ago.
And today it arrived here in Norway. (Would take two-three days to get it to the UK, I guess)
BTW: I didn't get any response to my mail (to the BBC team) about the helmet size...
If you can apply the vinyls to the curved surface without creasing, this would
be, by far, the cheapest option.
However, if you want a glossy flat finish to your lid, then the more expensive
method of airbrushing it and then covering the design in 8 - 10 coats of
lacquer is the best option.
It is possible to have the vynyls lacquered over, but in most cases, this is
just as expensive as having the entire design airbrushed and then lacquered as
the same preparation is needed, i.e. flatting, masking, unmasking, polishing,
wooflepoof said:so shirt and a helmet then? should we get started?
matt2000 said:i think this is going to be great
i think we should stay with airbrush (why not?)
Ahhh. That'd be really cool.Viper007Bond said:Mmm, a black T-shirt with that simple logo would look good on it...