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Very nice! it'll look great on your cab.

I'm looking to have someone do some pinball side art if the person you used wants more jobs.

Hmm, I have done some cabinet art for Steve at gopinball.com for his latest FP table. I added it to my deviantArt gallery just now once I realized it wasn't on there already. I'm not sure if I could work on something too big right now... at least not in the next three or four weeks. Plus, I really need to finish up the Krull redraws for the VP table I've been slowly working on.

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Those toppers are cool... I'd love to have one on my upcoming Twilight Zone 2125.

How much for one and what format must the artwork be in?

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make me one first then quit...lol

That would be very mean :D

BTW, do you have any images on how the lightning works ?

And can there be multicolor leds on it ? (thinking of some Arduino magic :proud:)

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That would be very mean :D

BTW, do you have any images on how the lightning works ?

And can there be multicolor leds on it ? (thinking of some Arduino magic :proud:)

i assume you are refering to the frankenpin one? thats a static solid blue.

yes they do carry multi color led's that are controlled via a controller. not gotten one yet to see if they are the std RGB wiring. will pick one up and see.

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not a lot of excitement this weekend, just trying to finish up on some bits.

did finally get the other side of the toaster head done, now it just needs filling, sanding and installing the eye :)

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Nice work! Also, you got the bottom of the playfield right next to the lockbar. That's impressive.

How does it lock in the front? Did you change the lockbar? Looks like its silver on one pic and black on the other. Maybe the lighting?

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Very nice Greg! I cannot wait! :)

It needs a hole for the power & hdmi or VGA. Can't tell from these pictures, but the whole board with monitor comes out right? I think I recall the BSG doing this.

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Nice work! Also, you got the bottom of the playfield right next to the lockbar. That's impressive.

How does it lock in the front? Did you change the lockbar? Looks like its silver on one pic and black on the other. Maybe the lighting?

Yeah lighting and dust, it's a black wrinkle stern unit.

Rests on some stops, trapped between that and the bezel once I cut it on the cnc.

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Very nice Greg! I cannot wait! :)

It needs a hole for the power & hdmi or VGA. Can't tell from these pictures, but the whole board with monitor comes out right? I think I recall the BSG doing this.

Yes indeed, had to mount it first to figure where I need to put those holes. Yes lifts straight out.

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Looks very cool....have you tried to fit your head inside the toaster head carving yet?.....C'mon....you know you wanna.

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new item, Battlestar Galactica themed speaker panel.. FRACK ME!!

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how do you become the picture behind the under hole,

how das you placing a picture on the dmd screen

i have win xp on the pin, i will show in hyperpin a picture (a jpeg or a gif) in the dmd hole there is no blank screen by choosing the diffrent tables, and i think i make a second hole bei this thread, to put inside a name by the pin how das putting the picture behind this, can you help me

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You can run something like vlc player that will remember locations to display a video etc. or design wallpaper that has the image in the correct place.

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pic as desktop wallpaper will be just trial and error. don't have a video of the vlc player yet.

but you can configure vlc in the options to be just the window with no tool bar etc. and if you open vlc, place it where you want and resize it. then close it when you open it again it remembers its location.

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pic as desktop wallpaper will be just trial and error. don't have a video of the vlc player yet.

but you can configure vlc in the options to be just the window with no tool bar etc. and if you open vlc, place it where you want and resize it. then close it when you open it again it remembers its location.

Thats exactly what I have on one of my cabs, a video plays in a constant loop on a small 7" usb screen.

A batch script like this starts it..

"C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC\VLC\vlc.exe" --loop "C:\yourvideo.avi"

If you then create a shortcut to this and set its properties to minimized and throw it in your startup folder your then golden.

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well what does every 7 month old boy need?

why a pacman cabinet of course :)

work in progress

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well what does every 7 month old boy need?

why a pacman cabinet of course :)

work in progress

DSC_0001.jpg

like the slots, you just going to glue it?.

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yes for this test unit which is only done in 1/4" mdf it will be simply glued together. when i do a larger one it ill be slotted,glued and stapled. :)

woohoo post 1001 :)

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