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Old     (alcarlaw1)      Join Date: Jun 2007       10-09-2013, 7:38 AM Reply   
Having recently purchased a 2000 X-Star, I am going through the process of repairing/tidying/updating the boat. I've sorted all the mechanical gremlins, added perfect pass, ballast, heater, sound system so now looking towards the aesthetics.

I'm looking for ideas on the side graphics on the boat. I don't really care for the Oval in the gel so ideally want to hide this when the new graphics are added.


So far I've changed the stern graphics which were all torn up and scratched from this


to this


I've got replacement Silver Mastercraft logos to replace the white ones on the sides (first pic) and tie in with the silver lettering on the stern however a bit stuck as to what to do with replacing the X-Star logo

All replacement graphics will be custom cut vinyl, so I need to work with one or two colours, possibly three but I dont want to overlay too many layers of vinyl. All that means I need to keep the design fairly basic.

So open to ideas and if anybody is creative with photoshop that would be ideal!!!!

Last edited by alcarlaw1; 10-09-2013 at 7:46 AM.

 
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