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coppinpr
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A little bit of fun?

Postby coppinpr » Tue Sep 08, 2020 10:14 am

Someone asked me to make a customised glass featuring Laurel & Hardy for the Wulff Bingolux he has with no glass. So I cut in some images of the two I found online and removed some of the original art (very few photos of this machine available). Not my style at all, give me the original every time, but I thought some might find it amusing. :cool:
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geofflove
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Re: A little bit of fun?

Postby geofflove » Tue Sep 08, 2020 4:28 pm

Looks like you did a great job. I like originality but good to mix it up sometimes. I was thinking of doing similar to ‘personalise’ an allwin to a family member. I have a couple where the machines are pretty beyond saving in terms of marking anything authentic or collectible so why not?

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Re: A little bit of fun?

Postby treefrog » Tue Sep 08, 2020 8:46 pm

Looks better than the original :lol:

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Re: A little bit of fun?

Postby rippyspennyarcade » Tue Sep 08, 2020 9:04 pm

That is NICE artwork , but sorry Treefrog , I am on the side of the Original Bingolett artwork being a little better

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Re: A little bit of fun?

Postby brigham » Wed Sep 09, 2020 8:16 am

treefrog wrote:
Tue Sep 08, 2020 8:46 pm
Looks better than the original :lol:
If that's the original on the left, then I have to agree.
The original is HIDEOUS.
I'm looking at the quality of the new one, rather than the design. I have a number of BALLY Gold Award conversions coming to the front of the queue, and there isn't a single unmolested reel glass among them, thanks to various amateur 'Decimal Dicks'. Fortunately, enough remains to see what the original Phonographic Equipment design looked like.
This standard of work appears to be what I'm looking for.


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