look fantastic! love it. would u mind emailing me a pdf if i dm u an address?
AWESOME!! Yes, that was great work Orange_Blend... I meant no disrespect by critiquing it. I just knew that the sticklers out there would want it to be spot on.Awesome work Orange_Blend! I do agree with Moviefreak though, some tweaking is needed. I went ahead and tweaked the spacing. I hope you don't mind.
And here is an overlay comparison. Pretty spot on now!
Actually the pic you used to overlay in your original post was another replica that wasn't even remotely accurate. I traced this from an adjusted screen grab as seen here:Looks pretty good.
Would someone want to take a crack at adjusting letter spacing and word sizes? Maybe do an overlay of the original to see exactly where the words are, how big they are, and the thickness of them.
This does look good, but I know so many people on here are sticklers for complete accuracy.
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Great job. I meant no offense by it :thumbsupActually the pic you used to overlay in your original post was another replica that wasn't even remotely accurate. I traced this from an adjusted screen grab as seen here:
The spacing really comes down to how you correct the perspective from the screen grab. For instance here's an overlay of my original:
Fits perfect. But if you adjust the perspective differently it'll look way off. Whatever floats your boat.
No offense taken. Just explaining why it looked so incredibly off in your overlay.Great job. I meant no offense by it :thumbsup
I'm with tk5378, looks like parchment to me.So what size of paper are we thinking is correct? It looks fairly large and thick, like canvas.
Judging from the wide shots in the Phil Collins scene I'd say about 11x15. My original image is more than big enough to go that size and still look clear.So what size of paper are we thinking is correct?
That would be awesome. IIRC there was a thread looking for that dagger a while back with no success...I wish I could find a dagger close to the original so i can display it on the wall.
i filled up my guest bath tub with 40 tea bags and let it soak over night. it turned it from bleach white to a light light brown, then i brushed it with a more concentrated tea and applied 10 coats of tea stamped... heres another picture, i made 4 copies, im not satisified with how it turned out so i only finished 1, i will remake them all from scratch in a few weeks for a more accurate versionGood Job ! How did you teinted the paper?