Not really. I primarily illustrate in a humorous/cartoon style but I occasionally get asked to do character logos so I do a little of it here and there.
solid...you a graphic designer?
Wow! Thanks for the complimentOne of the best Ive seen on this site.
Sure, no problemo. I take that as a compliment I've uploaded a larger, higher resolution version to the gallery if anyone else wants to download it for personal use. Enjoy!Kilted Brewer said:Hope you don't mind, I took an avery label and printed this on then cut around the border and stuck it on a tap handle. Love the label!
Great idea. I'm not dedicating this handle though. That avery label will come off really easily.RockfordWhite said:If you feel like dedicating the tap handle you should stain the handle, then put some thing to finish the wood on it and put it over the label, so it kind of blends in with the wood
Drink some Dos Equis or Becks. Those are much easier to get down and have nicer bottles.BigKahuna said:Stellar Label!
I really like the label...even if I have to explain it to some people.
Anyone want to drink some Miller Chill? I love this bottle-label combo, but I'm not sure I can do another 6 of those nasty little critters.
LOL! Thanks I decided to send it in to the BYO Label contest so we'll see if they like it as much as you doRevvy said:You know something buddy, I think you set the standard for apfelwein labels!
Your label is perfect!
LoL! You know,I was going to try and physically make them myself by buying some of these keychains and trying to take them apart and put the logo in there but after some quick research online I found a custom Print-On-Demand place that will make them for $6.99Revvy said:If you made those for sale, I'd definitely buy one!
What do you print your labels with? Are they lasered, or do you have them done?Thwizzit said:Keen! Thanks for posting, they look great I finally got my camera fixed (it just arrived in the mail today) so if anyone ever wanted to sneak a peek at one of my 'jugs' here's your chance...
These were just printed on my Inkjet on regular copy paper but I may invest in a box of these waterproof vinyl inkjet labels.Revvy said:What do you print your labels with? Are they lasered, or do you have them done?
WOW...sounds great, I didn't know you could print with a bubblejet and have it hold up to moisture...Thwizzit said:These were just printed on my Inkjet on regular copy paper but I may invest in a box of these waterproof vinyl inkjet labels.
I'm not sure how well they work but according to their website the labels "feature a unique top-coating that causes your inkjet inks to dry instantly and permanently even when exposed to moisture. These labels are made with an extra strength adhesive and can withstand temperatures in extreme heat and sub-zero conditions. Our brilliant white face stock can be printed using your highest dpi setting allowing you to create amazing images. These vinyl labels are perfect for creating your own labels for wine & beer bottles"
I was also thinking about looking into some vinyl cling labels so I can re-use them but if these are water proof, they may last a long time and I'll only be using these jugs for Apfelwine so it might be worth it.