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post #1921 of 1927 Old 02-24-2015, 08:51 AM
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I know that people like pictures. Here is someone's room construction in progress that has a few panels that I helped with the graphics of, and they had printed at Spoonflower. The missing one in the back is where one of the fabric panels from Spoonflower needed to be reprinted due to an error at Spoonflower. Sounds like they are fixing it for free.

Those look amazing Nick!! The help you provide to everyone is unreal and so appreciated. I still love the posters in my theater room. I am still looking for a design to do on my back wall that I will need your help with..
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Sorry if this has been posted before but I haven't had a chance to go through this whole thread.

There is a TON of Hi Res "Textless" movie posters and photographs on these two sites. I suggest starting on the last post for both of these because they are long and old threads and some of the pictures are no longer liked from the earlier posts.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread....s+movie+poster

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=198179

At first I thought I would prefer the movie poster with the text, but after looking at a few of these I think making a panel out of them would make it look more like a picture and less of a poster.
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Sorry if this has been posted before but I haven't had a chance to go through this whole thread.

There is a TON of Hi Res "Textless" movie posters and photographs on these two sites. I suggest starting on the last post for both of these because they are long and old threads and some of the pictures are no longer liked from the earlier posts.

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread....s+movie+poster

http://forum.blu-ray.com/showthread.php?t=198179

At first I thought I would prefer the movie poster with the text, but after looking at a few of these I think making a panel out of them would make it look more like a picture and less of a poster.
Yes, those have been posted before, but this thread has gotten so long that most people don't/can't read it all, so bringing up those links from time to time is very helpful.

Also, I got your PM. I will do some looking tonight.
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Thanks for the links. Found a bunch of the textless posters I've been looking for. Can anyone point me to an easy way to resize them and add multiple ones to a single file to make it easier to print them out at spoonflower? So far I can't seem to figure out a way to get them to print out at 24x36 with a 5 inch border without having to use 2 yards per print. I think if I get multiple images into a single file, then I won't have to use 2 yards for every single one, right? I don't have photoshop.

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Has anybody come across some good James Bond images?
I would like to do 5-6 full height Bond's in shooting or gun pose
Similar to this but not a caricature
What sort of resolution would be needed to pull full height (~6ft) off


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What sort of resolution would be needed to pull full height (~6ft) off
Spoonflower recommends 150dpi.

6' = 72 inches x 150 dpi = 10,800 pixels on the long edge.

So I suspect you'll need to upscale the highest resolution file you can find.
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