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  • andykins
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    not a great photo but they came out better then they look


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  • andykins
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    oh dear.

    try this, ive made the text much larger.


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  • Schoolmaster
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    Andy.

    I tried to print your artwork but when I shrunk it down enough to fit on the sacks, the lettering disappeared into the background. I think that some of the lettering needs to be bigger.

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  • Schoolmaster
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    You'ld have to be very careful where you went wearing that stuff during rutting season.

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  • BigLars
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    I have no business to speak of that exports off line so I am making up a small family run business that will ship less than car load from the depot.

    The product could be very useful to many here on the site from pictures I have seen. I use the stuff all the time and the barber needs to use thinning shears on me to thin my wilt tufts.

    It is made from the hoof and urine of local Yukon Musk Ox and is shipped in barrels or small bottles.

    The stuff is expensive as you can figure it is hard to collect the liquid ingredient.

    Rumor is; after you apply the stuff it becomes much easier to hunt Musk OX.

    Warning "Wash hair before you go to town"


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  • Schoolmaster
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    Maybe I'll print it on toilet paper

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  • andykins
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    ive seen good looking sacks make with tamyia sand bag (comes in a set with a brick wall and tank traps)

    and i agree with mark, sand the back of paper and pva glue on, once thin, and damp with the glue paper will go around all kinds of shapes

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  • BBLmber
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    Hey John, try these.


    http://hammriver.com/Hamm_River_Mode...s/Freight.html
    [code][http://www.rustystumps.com/proddetail.asp?prod=DC3507/code]

    Mark

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  • Rick
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    I'd probably use decals.

    Sacks can be made from Sculpey.

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  • Schoolmaster
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    Thanks. Now all I need to find is some sacks.

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  • BBLmber
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    John, reduce it down and crop it to the white lines and the edge of the lettering and make it about 1/3 of the bage size then sand it a little to thin the paper then mount it on the sack with white glue. much like you would on a building.


    Mark

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  • Schoolmaster
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    Any ideas how to print that on sacks?

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  • BBLmber
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    John, as fertilizer in burlap bags or sacks.

    Mark

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  • andykins
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    boxes crates and barrels and drums i guess

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  • Schoolmaster
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    What's it to go on?

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