We're back! Thank you everyone for the support on the Vinylmation Horses set. We had a blast doing it and we are going to be making a new set. Just to clear up this question: "Will we be making these and/or the horses in 3D form?" The answer is still "hopefully / possibly." We are still waiting for the new mold to come in blanks and then we will have to decide if it is a good idea.
For now, we are making another digital set in the same format as the last one, and a matching poster. The poster is shown below and the included designs are more or less decided on. This one really came together right away when I thought of it. I had been searching for so long to think of something we could do that PROBABLY will never be made by Disney..because that really is the fun of doing this.
The main thing we want to do with this set is to not use any pixar shorts/characters that are from actual movies. For example, toy story / cars / incredibles, etc. Those will all end up on vinyls one day, and they are from regular movies and not exclusively shorts. We want to really pay tribute to some of the characters that are from shorts only. This also ensures that these will probably never be made by Disney.
I said this on the other thread, but the original idea was to make a "creatures" set. But Disney just announced the furry friend set, and I also believe that many of the creatures I wanted to do will eventually be made for real, so I was always hesitant about the idea. I'm really excited about this new set and having a matching poster to put next to horses!
As always, let us know what you think about anything relating to this. We will be printing the actual posters once we make all the designs. They will be the same exact material and size as last time. Anyone that posts on this thread will automatically be entered to win a free one when we are done . Just for fun of course, and a way to say thanks to everyone.
Not that anyone cares, but I was able to find the exact font used in the pixar logo and shorts logo to repeat throughout the poster to label each vinyl..which as a graphic designer completely made my day. And if you can't read the names, well that's 1/2 the point at this time