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Old 03-02-2008, 01:23 PM
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1) The Car as we shot it at a car show
2) Photoshop layout we did for him before making the plaque
3) finished Plaque after customer decided he just wanted the car on the plaque
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Old 03-02-2008, 01:24 PM
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Floor mat we did from the picture
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finished pictures were taken with cheap digital so the color ios not as good in the shot as when we used our good camera for the actual pictures

the finished product in same light is much more red
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Thanks for all of the responses...they address what I'm looking for, something that can be stored and deployed easily without having to worry about damaging the paint and keeping people safe... I was also thinking of some of those shower mats they advertise on TV that come in rolls and different colors, they might work well too...

And Jeff I'd love to see what your's looks like...

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Thanks for all of the responses...they address what I'm looking for, something that can be stored and deployed easily without having to worry about damaging the paint and keeping people safe... I was also thinking of some of those shower mats they advertise on TV that come in rolls and different colors, they might work well too...

And Jeff I'd love to see what your's looks like...
I have to apologize, I completely forgot and its dark at the moment.. I leave super early tomorrow morning and wont be back till late, Ill make a note and get it for you tuesday. Jeff
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Thanks for all of the responses...they address what I'm looking for, something that can be stored and deployed easily without having to worry about damaging the paint and keeping people safe... I was also thinking of some of those shower mats they advertise on TV that come in rolls and different colors, they might work well too...

And Jeff I'd love to see what your's looks like...

here you go...
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Most people use bath mats in diff colors.rubber backed and roll up.
Bingo. Target, Walmart, KMart, Bed-Bath-Beyond have lots of colors and lots of sizes, edges bound and ready-to-go. It takes a pretty stiff breeze to blow them away, and they have the added benefit of stopping dirt and sand from being tracked around.
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A rug shop will have rolls of anti-slip mat made for laying under rugs. They cut it to fit. it's more durable than the toolbox stuff and cheaper. it's also usually beige, not black. Look for a place that sells those high-end persian rugs & such. JC Penney may have it too.
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I actually make a product called "terri deck and one called Kat walk" they are full length towels that dont slip its not on our website yet but drop me a pm and let me know what you are needing size wise.
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Check www.capehatterasmarine.com they make custom boat mats, they are non-skid and can be embroidered with your boat name, very cool product.
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