The Dye that Snap wanted done. He sent me a picture of his buddy and I got an image from it to put on the disc. This was the 1st time I did someones face on a disc from an image I created so I am stoked at how clear it came out.
That face came out well. Did it take a lot of Illustrator acrobatics to get it right?
I did Hunter S. Thompson's face yesterday, but with much more rudimentary methods. I found a photo of him online with the right orientation and light source angle, then taped some paper to the screen and traced the outline of his face, and added the shading later with the photo as a guide. Fun!
What vinyl are you using, Stoney? It looks like it is giving up on you in some places. Not bleeds due to lack of skill- it seems that entire edges are lifting up during the dip giving you some blurry lines.
I dig the images chosen for the glow discs. Quite appropriate, I think!
The only thing miraculous about ICP is the fact that their children look like them...
So I have a DX Aviar thats been sitting in the dye (black) for 2 days now, and still has almost no color at all. It's a batch of dye that I've used before (the Hawaiian God disc above). I've dyed a couple other DX discs that took color just fine. I've had it warm most of the time. I turn the stove off when it feels too hot. Any ideas as to why this is happening?
Whenever I see a matress on top of a car, I think it's a prostitute making a house call!