To be serious, there's no way a printer will capture all the eye appeal you get with a good swirl, it may look fine in a picture from feet away, but in hand the difference would be night and day. And no, I for one do not want to see more copy donnies floating around.
To tell you the truth given a scale to go by Real (as in paint) being 100% and printed being (as in your HP deskjet) The is 90% like paint. This IS " Resin thermal" not your home HP printer, go to www.rolanddga.com
and take a look at the specks. As you see it in the photos above, so it is up close. It is very cool. And no, no Donnie remakes
Your right its not real paint, but that donít mean it doesnít look cool. Look at the Forest and Electric rain bows JS
's. You think they painted each of them by hand? Nope, it's not cost affective. Also I would like to state I never said that this was better then that. I was trying something different. Good thing I didnít let my son draw on it with markers, could imagine what you guys would have said.
vaijem777, I'm sorry, I respect your opinion but your being very close minded. Sure a electric guitar isnt an acoustic guitar but there are good things about both. Same in this case. The way it looks in them pics is the same way it looks up close. "REAL" works of art? My art professor would be truning in his grave if he read that, you mean this type of art does not appeal to you. I guess Dreamworks should pen and paper. "fraudulent copies" I wouldnt not copy anybodys work, I could but I wont.
I'm sorry you guys feel this way, hell I feel like a man running a guntlet with people tossing rocks. I was just showing a new way to costume your guitar. I regret post it now. :/