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post #91 of 320
I'd like to 2nd the Full 1080P Gold on Black!

AWESOME STUFF!

Quote:
Originally Posted by jmhawk1 View Post

Any chance I can have the "WELCOME TO THE HAWK'S THEATRE ROOM" or "WLCOME TO THE HAWK'S CINEMA" in Gold on Black?

Also, can you make the Full 1080 sign in gold on black also please?

Really great work, btw! I have been looking for something like this for about a year, and almost bought some stuff on ebay, but this looks a lot better!

THANK YOU! I will make a donation soon!
post #92 of 320
Would also like to see "Full 1080p" in black and gold. It would also be great to get "Sirius XM Satellite Radio" in black and gold.
post #93 of 320
Any luck on the gold lettering for Full 1080p

and is there a gold lettering for Dolby Digital?

Thanks for the great work.
post #94 of 320
"Welcome To Jegede's Ultimate Home Cinema" in black and gold. thx
post #95 of 320
great signs thanks so much....could i ask if you can make one that says

"Welcome To Dan's Ultimate Home Cinema" in black and gold.

thanks you
post #96 of 320
these would look great printed on a transparency then fitted on top of one of these pro recording studio light boxes. www.studio-lights.com

(actually looking at that site just now they do printed and custom theatre signs also) AWESOME!!
post #97 of 320
When I re-size these using Paint Shop Photo Album 5 I get some jaggies and it looks like it's out of focus. How do I clear this up?
Well I got the jaggies out. I have 2 questions though: Why does it look like there's a small flash on each of these and why are they so soft and out of focus?
post #98 of 320
Thanks so much for the awesome signs! I ordered two 8x10 signs from my WHCC account using the 'standout' mounting option. I'm sure they are going to look sharp when I get them. I'll post photos when they arrive. Thanks again!
post #99 of 320
"A few days ago, I ordered some signs from WHCC for the theater room... I know, a bit premature, but I just had to see how they would turn out. They are AWESOME! Wayyyy better than I would have thought. Here are some photos of the signs:







If you aren't a professional photographer and can't use WHCC, no worries, you can go to MPIX.com and use their services. I checked out the prices and they're a bit higher, but well worth it. They look way more professional than just a framed photos of the print. My suggestion if you are going to do this, is to use 'lustre coating' on the print. It doesn't smudge when you touch it and it's not high-gloss so it keeps a consistent look in all lights."

This was taken from my build thread, but I wanted you guys to see the kind of quality you can get from the signs.
post #100 of 320
Thank you so much for making these.....excellent service work.
post #101 of 320
I made these for my friend for Christmas. I usually buy some acrylic ones from a guy on Ebay, but for whatever reason, he stopped selling them. Anyways, I was running out of time and was thinking of trying the various services mentioned by others on this thread.

I printed out the photos at Wal-Mart using the Kodak Kiosk. The attendants there gave me a look and had a brief discussion about copyright infringement. They decided that I wasn't selling them and that Dolby doesn't make money from signs so it was ok. Anyways, I got them printed out. Then I found these plaques from Hobby Lobby that had a roughly 8x10 face. I routed a hole in the back of the plaques for hanging using a keyhole bit for my router. I sanded the plaques using 200 grit then 400 and 600 grit sandpaper to get a very smooth surface on the front. I spray painted front and back using a satin black Rustoleum brand Spraypaint. I used a spray adhesive (also from Hobby Lobby) to adhere the photos to the face. Surprisingly, they came out pretty good.

The total cost was $15 for three photos at Wal-Mart, plus $8 per plaque at Hobby Lobby. Add in a can of spray paint and adhesive and I figure I spent about $50 for three signs. I still have leftover paint and adhesive. Also, I didn't have time to wait for Hobby Lobby sales or coupons, so it is possible to do it cheaper.
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post #103 of 320
I'll get some pics after they are on my friend's wall so you can see how they look there.

Also, I should mention that I printed out the pics on my photo printer at home. The results were night and day. Definately came out better at Wal-Mart.
post #104 of 320
Very nice agogley and stenbough... they look great...
post #105 of 320
mheadroom, any chance you could do a cerwin vega brushed alum on black background?

im going to print a couple out today , thanks!
post #106 of 320
Quote:
Originally Posted by stenbough View Post

"A few days ago, I ordered some signs from WHCC for the theater room... I know, a bit premature, but I just had to see how they would turn out. They are AWESOME! Wayyyy better than I would have thought. Here are some photos of the signs:







If you aren't a professional photographer and can't use WHCC, no worries, you can go to MPIX.com and use their services. I checked out the prices and they're a bit higher, but well worth it. They look way more professional than just a framed photos of the print. My suggestion if you are going to do this, is to use 'lustre coating' on the print. It doesn't smudge when you touch it and it's not high-gloss so it keeps a consistent look in all lights."

This was taken from my build thread, but I wanted you guys to see the kind of quality you can get from the signs.

What specific product from WHCC is this please? Canvas wraps?
post #107 of 320
Thread Starter 
I know it's been forever since I've posted any updates. Sorry, but here's the good news...

All requests have been filled!!!

I created a new area for custom images (theater names) so check there for you requests.

I think I have everyones completed. let me know if i missed any.

-Jason
post #108 of 320
mheadroom youre a millionaire
post #109 of 320
Jason, thanks so much for taking care of my request.

Extremely kind of you!
post #110 of 320
MVP:

When I was making mine, I asked stenbough the same thing via PM. I went another route, but he told me he chose an 8x10 size print on 'standout' mount at 3/4 in depth with "lustre" coating.
post #111 of 320
Jason (aka mheadroom):

Have you considered making some in color? For example, I have an aluminum DTS-ES sign with Red lettering. I could post a photo of it.

I'd be willing to make a donation if we can get some with some color.
post #112 of 320
Thread Starter 
I had thought about doing color versions early on but decided it woudl be too much work becasue some of he logo colors are too dark, or too light, or woudl just clash, etc. That's why I choose to do what I did.

I guess i could do a few if I have the time but time is pretty rare in my life right now. =)
post #113 of 320
why, got a kid?
post #114 of 320
Jason, I'll load a picture and see what you think. If you ever get a chance, then we can talk color. I only have a couple in mind.

I realize you put in a lot of effort on what there is already, and I thank you for it.
post #115 of 320
If you are willing to attempt a two-color design, I would love to see you work your magic on this old favorite (wish I could find a larger image).

post #116 of 320
mheadroom, just wanted to thank you for filling my requests i posted earlier.
post #117 of 320
any chance of getting "Welcome to KMAX Ultimate Theater" in Brushed Aluminum on Black.

Thanks and great work with these signs
post #118 of 320
Mheadroom,
Could I request one sign for my friend "Welcome To Sam Gor Private Cinema"?
Thanks.
post #119 of 320
anyone having problems trying to register for that site? I've tried numerous times and it keeps telling me i entered the verification word incorrect.. I know i'm not a genius but i'm not retarded
post #120 of 320
Can you make an LG sign? Thank you.
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