THX, DTS, & DD logo pictures needed

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  1. tom_furman

    tom_furman Stunt Coordinator

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    i work at a steel fab shop, and we recently got a bunch of aluminum that we no longer need. i want to transcribe the THX, DTS, and Dolby Digital logos onto sheets and have the guys laser cut them out...some colored film behind it..add a small light and whammo my own lighted marquees. anybody know where i can find a HIGH QUAILITY picture of their logos to use? i can only find tiny ones that dont help to much
    thanks, me
     
  2. MarK Harris

    MarK Harris Auditioning

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    You can find the logos on this page. There located at the bottom of the page.
    http://members.aol.com/perlitschke/trailer.htm
    They are saved for Adobe Illustrator and are vector based so they will scale to any size you want without losing the quality.
     
  3. Andrea W

    Andrea W Supporting Actor

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    Michael Perez has some *big* logos:
    http://www.michaelperez.com/download/logos.htm
     
  4. tom_furman

    tom_furman Stunt Coordinator

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    thank you! those two sites are excellent...exactly what i need! tom
     
  5. Brian Corr

    Brian Corr Supporting Actor

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    Tom,
    could you simply make plaques with the logos laser etched in aluminum?
    For instance, if the aluminum were 1/2" thick and the logos were 1/8" deep, I think it would look pretty cool just like that.
    Just curious.
     
  6. tom_furman

    tom_furman Stunt Coordinator

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    you can but its very difficult to make it perfectly even..
    plus the guys in the shop are doing this for free (my boss let me use scrap stainless steel too)
    so i just transcibe the logo onto the metal, have a computer scan it and WHAMMO!
    i've never done things and hopefully these will come out just as good
     

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