Discussion in 'The Hardware' started by Matt Wood, Jul 24, 2017.
2 or 3.
I like 3 but on 2 you can read "Currahee" better.
WTF is that?
A big ugly hill that my city names everything after
You could have just said "Marty". No need for sneaky code names.
I like the first one, the orange makes it "pop"... But I'd add .com right under the name and put a phone number where the website is currently... But I don't know jack, so take it with a grain of salt...
Nice designs, better than the other guy.....
I agree. But shit-can the cursive.
Just looking at all 3. The first stands out .. not even close
Agreed. Unless that the way the local write it, it would also change font
1, keep the cursive
Not with a word like Currahee. Any out of towners can't read it if they don't know what currahee is. And yes, there are several of them in my area that own lakehouses and surrounding counties
Too hard to read.
#1 - Stay with the cursive, your market is familiar with the name and won't have any trouble reading it.
Ryan did an awesome job tweaking it. I'll post the next picture after it's on the truck
Your killin me Smalls.... Post it up, inquiring minds want to know...
Custom paint job on the rims. 2 cans of GLOSS. that's right, you saw it...GLOSS!
I only use the best
Should have used it on the frame and got some Wheel Simulators....
You can take the boy out of the hills, but you can't take the hillbilly out of the boy....
The framework is gonna happen today. I just ran out of paint
The Disney like C is the cursive was friendly and inviting and probably more memorable than your Jimmy the janitor character.
You'll be impressed when you see the finishing touches
Matt, Have you thought about replacing your Elmer Fudd mascot with a picture of Marty Fudd? It's too late for me, but not for you.
I dropped it off today to get wrapped. Here's one of the proofs they gave me. I'll show the other sides when I drive it home this Friday or next week