Some Boat Names are wetter than others
A Nice couple from Treasure Island had me do there boat name after they did an exstensive search on boat names and how to go about it. They found my Craigslist advertisment first and was please of the designs I had done in the past.
They texted me and explainded there idea of what they wanted. I replied back asked for there email so I could send them my guaranteed first proof at no charge. They were impressed by what I designed for them so far and they gave me the deposit to move forward on there design. The deposit also goes to the materials needed. In this case 10 yrds for each color. Red, blue and black.
As I continued the unlimited proofs, we finally came to the look they wanted. They asked that the name be curved like it was on two waves. They asked that the blue letters be outlined in red with a cast shadow of black. It was the final proof. It was all good to go to print.
For me to apply graphics it isn’t always the most comfortable areas, not to mention I have to work around the hot extremes and rain. New graphics before they are installed and heat or water does not mix. In some cases I need to actually get in the water to put the boat names in the right spot. The area we planned for the boat name lays right on the water line. So we needed to get to a sand bar at high tide so I was able to reach this area. Slowly and carefully each color was placed on the boat to make the name complete.