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post #796 of 1049
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Left one looks better IMO. However, shouldn't the LP logo be a perfect circle? Just wondering.

I don't know how to adjust an object like this into a perfect circle. I've tried my best to warp it into a circular shape, but I don't know how to make it perfect; I know how to crop and select in a circular shape in Photoshop, but not make something like this a perfect circle.

post #797 of 1049
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Originally Posted by AllahLover69 View Post
 

I don't know how to adjust an object like this into a perfect circle. I've tried my best to warp it into a circular shape, but I don't know how to make it perfect; I know how to crop and select in a circular shape in Photoshop, but not make something like this a perfect circle.

Just transform it. 

post #798 of 1049

Use this: http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/230/0/4/linkin_park_vector_logo_by_darkmacsek9-d5bkfr3.png

 

Invert the color on it so it's black on white, slap that onto your stencil. Bang bang.

post #799 of 1049
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Originally Posted by Tom22 View Post
 

i know this is a bit uncreative but has anyone just put a vmoda logo on their sheilds?

 

i think in terms of brand logos its pretty nice 

 

and gives it more exposure >beats


This is the default V-MODA logo you can get on the shields. It's kind of small.

post #800 of 1049
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Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post
 

Use this: http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/230/0/4/linkin_park_vector_logo_by_darkmacsek9-d5bkfr3.png

 

Invert the color on it so it's black on white, slap that onto your stencil. Bang bang.

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post #801 of 1049

can someone help me put this on a shield? id love ya

post #802 of 1049
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Originally Posted by SpiderNhan View Post


This is the default V-MODA logo you can get on the shields. It's kind of small.


Thanks for the picture wow the red colour looks nice, i wish vmoda would have flash program that we can apply colour changes to the sheilds to see how it looks like.

Yea its a bit small wish it was maybe a couple of font sizes bigger
post #803 of 1049

So I finally was able to order some M-100s, and a pair of custom shields and both will be arriving tomorrow. I chose the shadow model with custom matte black shields engraved with the Kingdom Hearts Nobody emblem. I haven't seen anyone post pics of that base + shield combination on this thread so I'll post my own when I get 'em. Hopefully it can help some people who want to know what that combo looks like. 


Edited by letmelivedeep - 3/9/14 at 7:00pm
post #804 of 1049
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Originally Posted by letmelivedeep View Post
 

So I finally was able to order some M-100s, and a pair of custom shields and both will be arriving tomorrow. I chose the shadow model with custom matte black shields engraved with the Kingdom Hearts Nobody emblem. I haven't seen anyone post pics of that base + shield combination on this thread so I'll post my own when I get 'em. Hopefully it can help some people who want to know what that combo looks like. 

 

Please do. I did notice most of us have either the white or the matte. 

post #805 of 1049

How do you guys inter vert color? I really wan to edit the picture so that his face/birds fit on the shield but I think* this should come out decent enough, one I introvert the color/change the color of the lettering in his sunglasses to black. (that means it'll be printed as white, correct?

 

 

post #806 of 1049

Ok i'm getting there. I just need to be able to get the black in a few of the small corners where I deleted too much of the pic. Do you think that V-moda will realize my intention and just add black to this area or will they put white in the space? and how do I get that edited line garbage out of the picture? 

 

 

post #807 of 1049

What are you using for that? If it's photoshop it's easy as hell to pull the lines off of the given layers. If you have a PSD I can putter around with it.

 

TBH I would probably suggest NOT trying to have the entire surface turned "gray". The bats, the face, the smoke should do the job plenty. 

post #808 of 1049
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Originally Posted by SomeGuyDude View Post
 

What are you using for that? If it's photoshop it's easy as hell to pull the lines off of the given layers. If you have a PSD I can putter around with it.

 

TBH I would probably suggest NOT trying to have the entire surface turned "gray". The bats, the face, the smoke should do the job plenty. 

PSD? and yeah I used photoshop lol. 

post #809 of 1049
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Originally Posted by Melvins View Post

PSD? and yeah I used photoshop lol. 

If you used Photoshop, the default format for your work is a .PSD or Photoshop Document (PSD). Remember to send the whole thing to V-Moda as a PSD.
post #810 of 1049

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Okay I think I've decided to go with this Image. But the question is what color should I get the shield as? Its for the Shadow M-100.

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