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Old 06-14-2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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Default Roll Tide Kegerator Project

Here are the shots of my custom art work for the kegerator. I still have a little outline and highlight work to do but this what I have as of now. Roll Tide!


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Old 06-14-2012, 09:23 PM   #2
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Looking good!


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War Eagle! But it does look good.
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Hi

After all the work on the art is done, be sure to put *several* coats of clear coat on top.

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After all the work on the art is done, be sure to put *several* coats of clear coat on top.

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Yes, very good point. I have a coat prepared but multiple coats wouldn't be a bad idea. It is all experimental anyhow.
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War Eagle! But it does look good.
My good friend is a die hard Auburn fan and of course loves beer....so....he just contracted me today to start on his War Eagle Kegerator..I will post pics within a few weeks for sure!
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Now all you need is a full life size cardboard cutout of Bear Bryant leaning against your fridge and you will be complete.
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Surprised there's not some houndstooth involved on there somewhere. Tap handles, maybe? Small accents can really make/break projects like this.


That being said, Go Big Orange!
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Yes, very good point. I have a coat prepared but multiple coats wouldn't be a bad idea. It is all experimental anyhow.
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Get the look to the point you are happy with it. Live with it a couple of weeks to be sure. Then start the clear coat process. It's going to be a high traffic / lots of abuse setup. Without good protection it will degrade pretty quick.

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Surprised there's not some houndstooth involved on there somewhere. Tap handles, maybe? Small accents can really make/break projects like this.
+1. Some hounds tooth tap handles would be pretty cool, if I were a Bama fan. Geaux Tigers!!


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