All done and ready to install. What a fun sign to make – We hope this draws in people from far and wide to stop into this great shop. John is on the street! After shoring up the existing sign bracket and doing some spot painting on the new steel he’s ready to hang the sign. All done!
Good Luck Adam and the gang – We wish you the best with the new store!
Oh and can you stock Reggie Bars?
We are getting close. Brian’s been welding, building and painting away. Now that he has all the letters done he’s moved on to the sign faces. these will be a bright red and will really stand out at this little corner shop.
He started by welding the inside frame of the sign. This will make it incredibly strong.
Now back to the sign faces. Using our Matthews Paint system Brian matches the clients red and preps the paint guns. Several coats of color are put down to get a real nice, and strong, finish.
Ready to clear coat and assemble!
We’re ready for paint.
Its time for Brian to work his magic. He’ll start with the letters then set them aside once complete to work on the sign panels.Once the letters are primed he lays down the PMS matched color. He’s using a Matthews Paint System.
Using an airbrush technique, Brian lowers the pressure on the gun to stipple paint the letters to match the logo design.Here is the final logo before we attach it to the sign face.
Some jobs are fun from the beginning to end. My family and I were recently at a great new candy store that opened up in our town – Fizzy Lifting Soda Pop Candy Shop. The store is as great as the name and if you’re ever in Warwick, NY you have to stop in – they have every candy you can imagine and more.
We had a nice conversation with the owner and wished him luck then he mentioned he was in need of a sign – so we sprung into action. They have such a great logo, a bottle cap and a fun font. I told him I’d love to take on the project.
So here is where we began – a very nice logo just screaming to be produced as a dimensional sign.
We got started right away using Enroute Pro software to create the dimensional sign. the overall dimension will be 42″ round. The Sign will be double sided and hang on a nice scroll sign bracket off the front of the building.
Once the 3D logo was completed. It was time to start cutting. We started by cutting the details of the sign face out of 1″ and 1/2″ White PVC.We are using 15lb – 2″ Precision Bard HDU for each sign face with a 1″ layer for our inside frame.
Everything is now cut and ready for assembly!