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Old 03-12-2002, 10:08 PM
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brokenparts, just put your cursor over the pic an right click than select "save picture", put it in whatever file you want and you have it. give it a try i just pulled them for my files, may do some line drawings or somthing
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Thanx everyone for your inputs. I'm going to be getting ahold of some of you.

imq707s---all we did was block the ass end up tight, then my painter has a set of stands that they are able to place a beam across the front and attach through the bow tow loop. Then we just let the air out of the tires and pulled the trailer out.

Phantomchaos - that's southern ontario's poor excuse for for february snow. considering we've had a couple of days 60 F, i'm surprised that was even on the ground, it does kinda look like sanding dust though

Brokenparts-what glassdave said will work, but I can still send them. Starting to wish now that i didn't sleep through art class.

I'm even starting to think that what cobramarty said might make sense. Even if I was to do a simple design painted on and then add some wilder stuff with vinyl. Then at least if I was to sell the new owner could just pull it off and be left with the simple stuff. Just do'nt know what that will look like--paint and vinyl together in a striping package, its gotta look good upclose too.

Tomcat I've tried dpoing that exact thhing, loks like you're better at it than I.!

Thanx again everyone, and keep em coming. Dave
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Dave - You can't do much other than simple curves and colour fills with these programs, but that's a good thing I think. Keeps the graphic simple. If you have an idea, post it or email and I will modify the photo above. This is not my area, but it seems to me you have to decide whether the graphic works with the lines in the hull or is completely free form. Simple graphics that can be taped with reference to hull lines are easier (according to my painter).
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