WW2 Lucky Strike cigarette pack

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by Oscar Zaldivar, Mar 30, 2015.

  1. Oscar Zaldivar

    Oscar Zaldivar New Member

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    Does anyone know where I can find the printable design? I want to give my father a box of them as a birthday gift. Thank you!
     
  2. typeomega

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  3. Oscar Zaldivar

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    typeomega Yeah I found those but they are low resolution, Thanks!
     
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  4. typeomega

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    i pop-ed the file open in Photoshop and your right its way to low res. as i do enjoy things from ww2 and the cold war era i fired up Photoshop and made one myself. tell your dad the RPF says happy birthday. also i made a post in the free paper props area for anyone who whats to make one
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  5. Oscar Zaldivar

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    @typeomega Thank you man! You rock! I have a 1911 colt replica and this will make it look great. Thanks!

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    BTW Did you use normal paper? Or a special kind of it?
     
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  6. CB2001

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    wow the large scan in white is a really nice image all the text seems like it can be repaired in Photoshop to.
    also i didn't realize that image shack would butcher the rez of the image so i uploaded it to photo-bucket instead where you can click on the magnification glass and just copy past the image into you favorite photo editor

    http://s1297.photobucket.com/user/typeomega/media/luckystrikesFINAL _zpsxbdzie3g.jpg.html


    no special paper just printed it out and warped it around 5 layers of foam board glued together then cut to size
     

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