Originally Posted by cerealk
In that case that's an excellent idea!!!
LOL no wonder there are no holes
so what is the deal with the neck and the trem cavity?
can you show with more pictures how you applied it? did it get applied/stuck on in a number of pieces?
Back from lunch...
The neck is just sitting there, I havent clear coated yet so I didnt want to damage any of the vinyl by setting it in all the way. Same with the trim, no reason to put it in untell it's time
I just reasted the parts there for the pic. The white you see under the trim is where I havent put back the black fome.
Well thats the trick to the hole process, its done in two parts (2 very large stcikers) with 3M vinyl, very strong stuff. But as you know you cant just take a flat plane on apply it to a 3D object and that's the trick I would like to leave out. If I ever were to offer this to people. As Darren once said "Swirlings been around for ages, I'm just the first person to swirl a guitar."
Vinyl has been around for ages, I'm just the first to completly cover a guitar in it. Looks as though I have taking swirling to a new media and the things you can do! I can rap anything you would like in any color, photo, graphic, etc.. I also can do glow in the dark or florescence, how about a screen cap of your fav. movie? Game etc..
As you can see I'm very happy about figuring this process out. And it does help to have the printer