Sign & Digital Graphics

October '14

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2014 • 77 I always refer to a printed sketch with measurement notes so my head won't spin too much regardless of whether I find myself in the Twilight Zone on the job site or not. Here is progress using a ¾" fitch and a 4" roller, with customer sup- plied Benjamin Moore which covered very well with two coats. I was possessed with the strange idea that it didn't make much difference whether I hand-pounced the globe, or used my Electro-Pounce. Hand-pouncing turned out to be slow, painful and frustratingly less accurate. (Right) The finished project looks OK, but all I see when I look at it is that the globe would have been much crisper and easier if I had done the pattern with my Electro- Pouncer.

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