Thanks all. The medium is Matte Adhesive Vinyl. The manufacturer is Avery.The backdrop looks MUCH better now!!! Did you end up lowering it, cutting some off the bottom? Please remind me what medium you printed it on...?
Thanks all. The medium is Matte Adhesive Vinyl. The manufacturer is Avery.
I wound up taking 11 inches off of the bottom which left only a few inches of water after several suggestions from this forum. It helped convincing my Wife showing that I wasn't the only one who thought it should be shortened. It'll take some trial and error to get scenes right but I'm happy with it. I'm going to try taking the scrap pieces and use them for scenes and do a background replace. I don't know the exact words but I'll post the steps as I try them.
Dang, Nice work Ken! I like it!Here's what I produced this past week: A friend of mine wanted me to paint his undecorated Walthers mill gondola in the colors of my fallen-flag private pike, the Iron Belt, to add to his collection. I only weathered the trucks/wheels and the interior - didn't want to do a rust bucket [even though that's what most gons become after a year or two of service]. If he wants to weather it further himself I'll leave that to him.
Wow, that is one HUGE, but NICE building!Size matters:
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