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Haslett...my IUP ALUM!!!
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Wow! I don't know why they don't go back to those unis and helmets. Those are just SICK!
Great job, man!
I just love how good this came out.
One very small observation, you might want to add one of those white neck protectors that Jim wore.
The collar of the jersey should have red and blue stripes too.
ThanksOriginally Posted by Historian
So...who are these two McFarlane's for? Are they for sale or ur own private collection?
how do you do your leg stripes? paint or decals? If you do use decals do you have a way to make them curve?
again, great work on this. it must have been hard to track down photos of haslett on the bills to make this.
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That's some real good work Do you sell these ?
Do one of Terry Bradshaw laying on the ground, getting his helmet kicked off, and you can display them as a pair.
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Yes he does. PM him if interested.Originally Posted by kishoph
I remember that, I used this picture as a reference:Originally Posted by Bosco
Originally Posted by SaviorEdwards
It depends on the curve on the legs. If it a big curve I take a picture of the leg and use paint and photoshop to color in the stripes. Or I take a straight stripe, cut it up into pieces and put it together, I then fill in the missing stripe with paint.
Originally Posted by Mikey82
I did these for myself. I found an auto. picture of Haslett when I was a kid. He use to live a couple doors from my grandmother. I remember walking over and asking him for an autograph. He invited my brother and I in to his home and signed a couple pictures and showed us some cool stuff and talked football with us for a bit.
interesting...i have never tried that before.Originally Posted by TheGhostofJimKelly
Very cool. I heard he was a nice guy, I didn't know he was that friendly. I love the way they came out and like I said before...that's ny favorite uniform. I might have to order one like this for myself.Originally Posted by TheGhostofJimKelly