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    Posted by eddie cotter on August 6, 2002 at 10:43 pm

    this is the second van i have done.
    sorry about the pictures being so big, but i dont know how to reduce the size, mabe one of you can advise, thanks eddie


    eddie cotter replied 21 years, 10 months ago 6 Members · 7 Replies
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  • Robert Lambie

    August 6, 2002 at 11:25 pm

    excellent mate!
    i have to say for the second van you have done it looks brill… infact its betetr than most i see running around.
    i like the script you have used eddie do you know what iit is called?

  • Steve Broughton

    August 7, 2002 at 7:57 am

    Um Eddie, I don’t know how to say this mate, but according to my dictionary Ventilation is spelt with an “i” not Ventalation, I might be wrong maybe its an american version or something, don’t worry mate I did a sign for a bike shop and it was up for 18 months before anyone noticed I spelt bicycle wrong 😀 it was “biycle” (<( 😳 Apart from that its a bloody nice job mate 😉

  • Sticky

    August 7, 2002 at 8:20 am

    On the same subject Steve, I did a Merc Sprinter for an ‘Independant BMW specialist’ which was on the road for 12 months before someone pointed out the fact that there’s no ‘a’ in independent. 😳

    Nice clean looking job, Eddie



  • Mike Brown

    August 7, 2002 at 9:22 am

    Hey Eddie – I think ‘bugger’ is the word you’re looking for!…lol

    Don’t worry about the spellin’ thing mate, just ring ‘um up and make a joke of it – most people would see the funny side! Blimey, I made a right mess or the word ‘courteously’ just recently, and it spent at least a couple of months on the van before someones young lad noticed!!! [gulp – pistol to temple]

    nice looking work by the way – sweet…real sweet!

    …and in a nutshell – import into Corel Photopaint or Paint ShopPro etc, then re-sample (or re-size) the image to about 650 pixels width whilst ensuring you ‘link’ the proportions so that the height of the image re-sizes to suit also, then export the new image as either a GIF or JPG and use it instead…

    more soon

  • Robert Lambie

    August 7, 2002 at 10:33 am

    well like everyone else Eddie i think your work looks tops… & this is you just starting out, think of the type of stuff you will be putting out further down the line! 😉

  • Deleted User

    Deleted User
    August 7, 2002 at 1:37 pm

    😎 Athother sharp one Mr. C Simple To The Point i Must give you an A For This Exam!!!!!!

    OREO 😎

  • eddie cotter

    August 7, 2002 at 9:50 pm

    😳 !!! back to the drawing board. the client hasnt even contacted me,
    & he only lives up the road. well spotted gang & thanks for the encouragement. the font is chicago old style script & serpantine
    now i must run off & get a dictionary, thanks again for the kind words
    ps: will have a go at reducing the picture size, eddie

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