Some creative differences had to be resolved between my 8 yr old and myself about how the Master Chief decals could be jazzed up a bit for an over all gray room (done with General Paint's 'Canada Goose' walls with 'Arctic Circle' trim). I thought a yellow strip zipping around the room would look smashing, but he had other ideas of a bullet of some sort instead. After taping off what I thought he wanted I was soon corrected and that I just didn't hear him right. Tape be gone and redone as per his instructions. He's very happy with it and it's his space so I'll keep my raised eyebrows and crooked grin quiet.
Here it is...
This is someone's cruel joke to make the rest of us put it together. The teenager who sold it to me at 'Seeing is Believing' told me to come back if I needed help as she can do it in 5 minutes!
15 minutes in...find I need a beer to make this happen.
Granville Island Winter Ale = mmmmm
Nope, that's not right, I went to bed only to face it again in the morning. Voila, done in 5 minutes!
Not before we had a Mr. Bean in the turkey moment.
Please turn a blind eye to our messy garage living situ, it wasn't pretty near the end there.
Master Chief needed some zippy ground lines. Didn't want them to be opaque and fight with the image so it's just a wisp of colour.
Laser, bullet, whatever you want to call them - yellow lines being taped off.
Hey, hey, now that I like. I found Master Chief via a find on Ebay. Came from the UK where a friend happened to be visiting so she picked them up for me saving on the shipping. Since I ordered two they gave me these custom 5' images for 19 pounds each. Not too shabby. Wee regular ones wouldn't have looked right.
J's is in 'current red'
O's is in 'orange'
This green light seriously messes with my eyesight. If you look at it for any period of time then walk out into another room everything is then red. We have other lamps in the room so they don't go squirelly reading their books. Ack, it's hurting my eyes even now!
Pretty awesome though. That's my idea for a 'laser line'.
This is O's idea for the 'bullet line' after take 1.