Passenger Terminal project (Yes, I am keeping somewhat busy on the layout this summer despite the dearth of posts on this blog!) I thought I would provide an update on a much more manageable project: my 'homemade' graffiti for fences and buildings!
I've found that most graffiti that you can purchase is designed more for rolling stock and when you want to essentially cover a structure, you use a lot of expensive decals to do so! So I decided to grab some graffiti from the internet (free graffiti!), run these images through photoshop, and then compose all the different items together in one sheet so that I could get something closer to the continuous 'wall' of graffiti you often see on structures, walls, etc...
And, of course, I'm happy to share it! The below URL contains two PDF files with my efforts. There is a 'full sheet' (8.5 x 11") and a half sheet (8.5 x 5.5" for those using the Testors decal sheets, which is also the image at the top of this post in JPEG format). Click the link below and you will find both of these documents available for you to download (click on the red 'download' arrow all the way to the right of the screen next to the sheet you want to download):
The image below gives you a bit of an idea of how they look:
That's all for now, but wanted to share this quick update. I hope I'm almost at a point with my new station that I can share photos of that soon!