I have never done it. Have seen it done, looks like something that you would want lots of practice before going it alone.
Depends on the job. Usually between $400-$800.You must have been doing murals for awhile now. Just out of curiousity what is the payscale like for the half day commercial gig?
Did you use Phil and Cliff's South Jersey method?we've done one of the cheapo murals. We didn't have any problems, thanks to some advice from the folks at the NGPP.
I was there for this one. It was truly awesome to watch. :thumbsup:They build character and strong neck muscles. :laughing:
I think that was the one, If i remember correctly we pasted the wall, misted the back of the mural on a table, then applyed it to the wall. Does that sound right? (it been a few years now)Did you use Phil and Cliff's South Jersey method?
Most of these pictured here are custom made.Hi I would like to know wheredo you get such great murals my regular supplier has no clue.
Any company that prints digital wallcovering.but who do I contact if I wanted one,
My choice of adhesive depends on the wallcovering.ProWallGuy what is your favorite adhesive, I also have a problem w/c, it is carpet like real thick with weave cloth, what is a trick to cut it without fibers splitting and get a nice close seam between pieces