yes i have... they were when i applied them with a squeegee and not enough resin. i wont sell any of our artwork at present.. they are only available on our boards! http://feraldave.com
Mudshark, This is in the FAQs. Hope it helps. http://www.swaylocks.com/cgi-bin/resources/detail.cgi?ID=551
Dave, the question put another way for clarity:- Have you had many customers prepared to pay the extra charge for one of the computer printed inlays? I get about one custom order in 20 for really wild airbrushing , & charge up to $200 if it takes a day:- The inlay method represent better figures? Josh http://www.speedneedle.com.au
Feral Dave... Thanks for posting the images - very interesting! Are you actually wetting the laps out with the roller as you tuck them under? The roller carries enough resin to do so? Sorry for the dense questions but laps can be so hard to get saturated - if the laps are mostly wet out from the roller when tucked that would be a great thing and solve a lot of problems... Real Lambswool rollers? I bet this would work well with Resin Research epoxy since it maintains it's consistency better than poly throughout the beginning of the cure (does not clump up the same as poly). I don't know what solvent would be used on the roller between uses though...Maybe Greg L. can chime in with some insight?? Best, Eric J
Hey guys can anyone help, i have lost my origional images from this post.. did anyone save them or know where they went from this post?