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Is there any paper for home printers long enough to print book covers and dust jackets?
That sounds like a good idea. I wonder if I could do that with the almanac?You might need a large format printer for something like a Sports Almanac cover or the comic book.
If you're printing the 'Match Made in Space' dust jacket, you can use clear adhesive lamination sheets over the entire cover
and match up the seam edges to join a couple of segments together. Then you can tape the back side. I did that with mine,
and you can't see an edge unless you're really looking for it. There is some overlap of the lamination sheets, but it's hard to see.
I have a Matty hoverboard, and the decals are sucky at best as they peel off in the slightest heat. I had read on the hoverboard thread that Roland uploaded a file on the BTTF paper props thread, but even search at the top of the site doesn't really get me there - and there's 120 some odd pages to sift through. So can someone post a direct link to the post??
Does anyone have access to ALL 66 pages of the inside of the magazine "Oh Lala"?
I have seen many copies for sale, but with only 8 inside pages. There are online
pictures of some of the inside, but they are low quality and only 7 or 8 pages.
I have a great "Grays" cover that I bought over 20 years ago, but I want to make
the inside magazine to go with it. Thanks.