That is printed on the cloth option. The cloth is super thin, maybe 4 oz, possibly less. It laid up very easily. Just taped off, lam, gel and trim at tape line. You could do it with your eyes closed(McDing) I'm sure of it.
After I was done i noticed a couple small spots where there may possibly be a tiny amount of air under the lam, which I think was more difficult to get resin through the cloth due to the saturation of ink previously. Either way,I do not think the dry spots will show up after hot coat, fingers crossed.
When the tube with the artswork showed up to me, I opened it and saw just rice paper, which led me to believe I ordered a rice paper map and not on glass. Once I opened it fully, I was pleased to realize it was printed on cloth. Unfortunately I had already stressed about rice paper inlay for days and had come up with a plan to install it, then gladly tossed that plan aside when it realized I DID get cloth
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OK! Sounds good to me. Got some "in the public domain" Mucha art to go on a board for my Daughter in NZ. So I'm assuming I can scan this art and email it to them. Correct?
A few of my most recent builds - I am packing up and moving (just a few miles) but I’ll be out of a work space for a month or so but I’ll be getting a nice and proper space set up. It’s been a constant battle to make a clean board haha.
The Easter egg one is based on a personal board I love and the bottom and rails have really opened it up. Still need to run it as a twingle and a triplet (gotta drop in some more boxes)
Wood one was another out of the pismo pier. We built a display for it in the local shop (it lasted about a week - it wasn’t really for sale, but someone put a offer not to be refused on it - gotta make another one, ungodly amount of work haha.
White board was built to look like a super clean survivor. Aged the foam in the sun for 10 hrs a side and built in some little dings and rail bumps. Cedar fin made with some hotcurl left overs.
"We ain't on our way to Wembley,we ain't gonna win the league. No matter how much they let us down - Westham's still our team"...
Top top TOP notch work as always Wide AWAKE.
Can't wait to see your new place
A 6'8 to be delivered.
Ones on the left are my last two, working on more resin work.
Two on the left are the last ones I made.
Well done , nice work