elnino wrote:would love to have the artwork files
hmm, let me know which ones you want and I'll try to get them to you. Lots of my stuff is put together on paper, but if there is an image file you want that I actually have, no sweat. Let me know specifically which ones.
elnino wrote:I also thought maybe you could do a USA soccer one too...since the forwards are called strikers...maybe just take the USA flag patch from the uniforms and do a black outline around striker again...anyhow that was my idea just a huge fan of the striker and of your dyes...
Aw man, you should have told me last week when I was doing the Iron Dye-a-thon. Hit me up in four years and we'll get R done.
elnino wrote:basically i'm a noobie and need to figure out how to do this stuff before i design my own stuff!
I recommend reading all the tutorials again, on as many different sites as you can find, and then PM me with specific questions and we'll get you set up in no time and with very little cash. As it turns out, dyeing discs doesn't require very much fancy stuff- the only gear that I would consider absolutely essential to this hobby can be assembled on the cheap.
Here's another lame attempt to harness cold fusion. I still can't get the effect quite right to make it look like the light source is inside the ball. I'll keep trying though, so prepare to be bored with basically the same dye a few more times.
We are not like those other golfers. We throw our clubs and keep our balls where they belong. -Ol' Bob