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Hello all, 

I am building my first cabinet and am searching for matching side art, marquee and control panel. Is there anywhere on this site or FTP where this sort of thing is located? I've attached an example of what i am looking for. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. 

Thanks.

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I've roamed several of those kind of sites. Unfortunately in general the chance that anything let alone a complete set of artwork is available isn't very good. But if you have any specific games you're looking for, I can have a look in my source artwork folders.

I have way to many folders to look through to see what has a fairly complete set

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just looking for a starting point i guess. If i was to have a decent quality side art scan I could photoshop a marquee and CP out of it. 

You have anything like the example i provided in the first post.

Thanks for your help.

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Just now, freestyle5150 said:

You have anything like the example i provided in the first post.

That's not a specific game but more a general cab theme. I believe I only have some marquees for stuff like those and some generic manufacturer brand side art.

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I've never seen any posted anywhere that were hi-rez enough to be good enough to print in the size needed.

You should ask Lucian here. Since he prints the sideart for many of us he might have some to choose from.

 

@Lucian045

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