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Finally got the big boy mounted, 4' x 6' on the ceiling.



With the lights on.
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NICE! I have a 42" x 90" ceiling panel with the Milky Way as the image, and underneath is my old fiber optic star panel. Works pretty slick. Cool image with the lights on, cool stars with the lights off.
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X-Wing Tetraptych

Ordered from Spoonflower on Monday early afternoon, shipped on Tuesday, arrived on Thursday, installed on Friday.

This one did not go smoothly. The far-left panel's size was off. Spoonflower's goof. Should be a 24" wide by 48" tall image with four inches of black border all around. The image was 23 5/8" wide by 48 1/2" tall; all of my other images have been sized correctly. I really didn't want to have to contact Spoonflower, convince them it was their issue, and wait for another one. So stretch, stretch, stretch it was. I had a very difficult time lining up the right side of the far-left panel to the left side of its neighbor, but eventually got it.

The install on the rest of the panels went well. I'm very happy with the result.

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Looks great to me!
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First Order Stormtrooper

This one is not an absorber - there is no insulation inside the frame, as there are no 1st reflection points this far back in the room. This one is purely decorative. Printed via Spoonflower, it is 54" tall by 34" wide, darn-near life size.

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I always liked that stylized set of Star Wars images. There are ones for Kylo Ren, Rey, Fin, Po, and Darth Vader that I've seen, but but I can't seem to locate online this morning (not sure of the appropriate search term to use yet. LOL).

I can not say it enough, while I really like what so many people have done here with movie posters, choosing posters that represent movies that they enjoy, in styles that they like, I really think that having a whole room theme is just really cool. Might be that I do regular movie posters so often that it is just a nice change of pace to help with, or to see others' rooms with a single theme.

That said, I have only helped with 3 Star Wars themes, 2 Super Hero rooms ( my favorite was where one side was 24" x 48" panels of main Marvel characters, and the other side of the room was the same sized DC characters, plus a custom wide image for the rear wall that was basically a Marvel vs. DC "clash" image), and a Lord of the Rings room. So it isn't like I've been a part of THAT many themes like these, so that is probably why they are more intriguing to me. 6 themed rooms vs. literally over 250 batches of images specifically for acoustical panels (I do work for other art projects too).

Anyway, just loving the look.
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Ordered from Spoonflower on Monday early afternoon, shipped on Tuesday, arrived on Thursday, installed on Friday.



This one did not go smoothly. The far-left panel's size was off. Spoonflower's goof. Should be a 24" wide by 48" tall image with four inches of black border all around. The image was 23 5/8" wide by 48 1/2" tall; all of my other images have been sized correctly. I really didn't want to have to contact Spoonflower, convince them it was their issue, and wait for another one. So stretch, stretch, stretch it was. I had a very difficult time lining up the right side of the far-left panel to the left side of its neighbor, but eventually got it.



The install on the rest of the panels went well. I'm very happy with the result.



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Looks really great!!! Would you say the fabric from Spoonflower was too stretchy? Would you use the same again? What program did you use to slice the images up? I have a couple of similar images.

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Looks really great!!! Would you say the fabric from Spoonflower was too stretchy? Would you use the same again? What program did you use to slice the images up?
Performance Knit from Spoonflower was not too stretchy for me, no. Sized properly, it had just enough stretch to get a taut panel that took out any shipping creases. I've used PK for 3 separate orders now. Wouldn't think of using something else.

I used Photoshop Elements 13 for the image manipulation.
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Looks really great!!! Would you say the fabric from Spoonflower was too stretchy? Would you use the same again? What program did you use to slice the images up? I have a couple of similar images.

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I too used Performance Knit with good results. Also, if you need any help with image work, shoot me a PM. I do a lot of stuff around here for free or for a very inexpensive rate depending on if you need the image touched up, text added/removed, etc. (Although a lot of that stuff I just do it for free if it is quick and easy).
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I too used Performance Knit with good results. Also, if you need any help with image work, shoot me a PM. I do a lot of stuff around here for free or for a very inexpensive rate depending on if you need the image touched up, text added/removed, etc. (Although a lot of that stuff I just do it for free if it is quick and easy).


That would be great!! I'll PM you once I gather the images I want to use. Thank you !!!


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I really like this one. Is there a downloadable version? What do you think the size of this poster is?
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I think that your 1st and 2nd panel are 0.0231" too far apart compared to the others.

Seriously though, I LOVE these style of panels for looks.

You could make one long panel for your back wall out of something like this:


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I really like this one. Is there a downloadable version? What do you think the size of this poster is?
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Without verifying, when I did this image for someone here (it didn't wrap around the edges) it was something like a front face of 18" x 72" (so 1.5 feet tall by 6 feet wide)...
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Update. The image for this is 18" x 64" so 1 foot 6 inches tall by 5 feet 4 inches wide.

Keep in mind that the characters in this image look like hand drawn characters. They aren't perfect, but that adds to the character of it.

Someone tried to update this to include Kylo Ren, but they just copied and pasted some random cloaked character and then pasted Kylo's lightsaber on top. It looks pretty bad when you actually look close at it and discover that it isn't Kylo at all.

Anyway, I do have this image.
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Update. The image for this is 18" x 64" so 1 foot 6 inches tall by 5 feet 4 inches wide.

Keep in mind that the characters in this image look like hand drawn characters. They aren't perfect, but that adds to the character of it.

Someone tried to update this to include Kylo Ren, but they just copied and pasted some random cloaked character and then pasted Kylo's lightsaber on top. It looks pretty bad when you actually look close at it and discover that it isn't Kylo at all.

Anyway, I do have this image.
Aah, I see. Thanks for this update.
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It can be resized (larger or smaller as long as it is the same dimension ratio) and cut up if needed.
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Ordered from Spoonflower on Monday early afternoon, shipped on Tuesday, arrived on Thursday, installed on Friday.

This one did not go smoothly. The far-left panel's size was off. Spoonflower's goof. Should be a 24" wide by 48" tall image with four inches of black border all around. The image was 23 5/8" wide by 48 1/2" tall; all of my other images have been sized correctly. I really didn't want to have to contact Spoonflower, convince them it was their issue, and wait for another one. So stretch, stretch, stretch it was. I had a very difficult time lining up the right side of the far-left panel to the left side of its neighbor, but eventually got it.

The install on the rest of the panels went well. I'm very happy with the result.

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Just wondering, how did you get around the copyright issue with Spoonflower with these posters? I had my first two orders cancelled by them because I was trying to print the SE Struzan posters. These look fantastic though!

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Just wondering, how did you get around the copyright issue with Spoonflower with these posters? I had my first two orders cancelled by them because I was trying to print the SE Struzan posters. These look fantastic though!

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Likely because there is no text. No titles, no copyrights, just images.
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No idea, sorry.
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It can be resized (larger or smaller as long as it is the same dimension ratio) and cut up if needed.
I am definitely going to keep an eye on this pic as I really like it and reach out to you when I have decided on more pics (including bollywood ) and found a company like spoonfowler in Canada who does this.
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FabricOnDemand.com ships to Canada, so does Spoonflower.com

Possibly others, I just did a quick google search and picked the first two names that I recognized and verified them.
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Am I the only one that finds procedure to order prints complicated?
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Possibly others, I just did a quick google search and picked the first two names that I recognized and verified them.
Thanks, besides the shipping cost, I also have to take usd-cad currency conversion into account . Those will be the ones if I do not find anything local here.. Couple companies I contacted charge by sq.ft (and not by yard).. which I find very interesting for a 2ftx3ft poster I got quote of $30.. or $45/yard (minimum order 5 yards). Is this reasonable?
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NICE! I have a 42" x 90" ceiling panel with the Milky Way as the image, and underneath is my old fiber optic star panel. Works pretty slick. Cool image with the lights on, cool stars with the lights off.


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Thanks, besides the shipping cost, I also have to take usd-cad currency conversion into account . Those will be the ones if I do not find anything local here.. Couple companies I contacted charge by sq.ft (and not by yard).. which I find very interesting for a 2ftx3ft poster I got quote of $30.. or $45/yard (minimum order 5 yards). Is this reasonable?
If you are worried about shipping costs and conversion then look at designyourfabric.com. They are based out of Mississauga. Fair warning, I was looking into them myself being a fellow Canuck and order a swatch pack from them and they only send squares of their fabric, with nothing printed on them at all. As a fabric printing company, sending only half of what you do was mental. I emailed them and they said that was written on their site that this is all it is (not super clear it is) but if you want to order samples from them be sure to pick out a few different options and get them printed as the swatch pack isn't worth it.
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As we all know, photos tend to lighten the image and make them look washed out, but the colors are vibrant, inky blacks, and it looks way better than the solid dark blue painted foam that is underneath. I was standing close to this so I used a panoramic mode on my phone, thus the distortion of the image (making the wood frame look warped in the middle. LOL. There were pictures I already had from when I did this over this past summer.



And here is a look towards the back of the room.

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If you are worried about shipping costs and conversion then look at designyourfabric.com. They are based out of Mississauga. Fair warning, I was looking into them myself being a fellow Canuck and order a swatch pack from them and they only send squares of their fabric, with nothing printed on them at all. As a fabric printing company, sending only half of what you do was mental. I emailed them and they said that was written on their site that this is all it is (not super clear it is) but if you want to order samples from them be sure to pick out a few different options and get them printed as the swatch pack isn't worth it.
Thanks for this note. I will look into them. But is $30 for 2x3 sound reasonable? Oh, after I checked the site you recommended, this quote is from them - for polyester (not on their site) fabric. They said they do not have this fabric for their online site.
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If you are worried about shipping costs and conversion then look at designyourfabric.com. They are based out of Mississauga. Fair warning, I was looking into them myself being a fellow Canuck and order a swatch pack from them and they only send squares of their fabric, with nothing printed on them at all. As a fabric printing company, sending only half of what you do was mental..
Did u end up geting any prints or? They are 15min away from me, Im gonna give them a call and might do a shop visit to see examples and how it works.

Thanks for the info!!
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Did u end up geting any prints or? They are 15min away from me, Im gonna give them a call and might do a shop visit to see examples and how it works.

Thanks for the info!!
I never got any prints from them, mostly because I ordered 2 sets of swatches at the same time and the other one came with prints on them and theirs didn't. Also, for being in Canada theirs also somehow ended up being more expensive of the 2. I didn't want to then turn around and order 5 dollar squares after that with a print on it to see which was best as that would have costed another 30 bucks or so. If I remember correctly they are also mostly if not entirely cotton blends and I was under the impression there were better things than cotton available. I honestly never even gave their swatches a blow test i was so disappointed with them.
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