My First real sign

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greg_gurden
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My First real sign

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Well its been a long while since I posted any of my work. Here is a sign I just completed Take a look let me know what you think
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Nice job Greg. I saw this on the Digi Fabber site.
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Great Job

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Hi,
Congratulation it look really good.

Did you make this with assembling part or is it all done with your CNC?

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Nice job. If you want the metal to look more "metalic' you might also try hammered paint. I often use Rustoleum, spray a bit into a small container and stipple it on with a brush.
This is oil base paint so if you are applying it to any type of foam use a water based primer first, two coats, let it completely dry, the apply the hammered paint.

Trial and error first is always a good idea.

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Thank you all for your kind words .....

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Beautiful job Greg! I am proud to know you and that you were the one to help train me.!
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Cool sign.

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I like the sign, very nice.
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