HPProps has the smaller, incorrect labels as white with black border. From the few screen caps, it is either grey or foil backed.
What color would everyone like it?
All four hero packs had working bargraphs, why not? And yes it is attached to a pack, why not? And it turns out that it did and still does have the labels attached, they are just painted black.That thrower is definitely unique, and I'm pretty sure it's the only time it's seen on screen. In the gozer encounter, all four guys have packs but none of them have that thrower attached. It might have been made specifically for that close-up shot. I also think it's the only thrower with a working bar graph. I noticed that this shot is the only time we see the bar graph move up and down, in all other shots where we can see the throwers turned on, the bar graph is solid orange.That's because that's the hero thrower which is intended only for close up glamour shots. It's the only one with fully functional lights and it is attached to the hero pack. The only "functional" lights the other throwers had were the white blinker by the vents, the switched vent lights and the orange hat that indicated to the production team when the flash bulbs in the ends of the tubes were spent and needed to be replaced before the next take. All other lights were full-on and static.
What screw?There's a flat hex screw in the center of the HGA
There actually was no screw at the centre of the HGA, it's just a divot from a centredrill or the like.
I would love to see the HGA label look like a doughnut ( hole in the center) when you peel it off the sheet. That way when you place it on the HGA and add a hex head to the center ( or what have you), you'll have a nice clean finish around the inner perimeter. If you make it solid and the user has to punch through the center of the label with the screw/bolt, it may create some rips.I like the thought of this, but it adds whole new layers of complexity to this process.
Ah OK,Not a problem.
I assumed you were having them printed professionally. I admit I didnt read the whole thing I just kinda jumped in. Well maybe that's something you can work on for version 2 . I think all you would really need to do is, like you said, create a vector layer for the cutter to follow, then create a little bleed room.
Looks like Microgramma or Eurostile (both from the same designers, both vintage fonts) to me.That did the trick!
Holy cow! Amazing work, man!!
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