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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Matt DeVillier, Apr 15, 2009.
These are amazing. I can't wait to have the whole set.
What do you guys use for printing paper?
I use Lexmark semi gloss photo 8.5x11in. Works like a charm.
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Awesome stuff Matt!! The Zinema covers were always favs of mine! Thrilled to see these!!
Love the Dr. No image. I don't think there has been a set of Bond release that utilized the poster images since the first round of video cassettes (and CEDs) in the mid-1980s. Terrific work.
Any suggestions for good printers?
Thanks, but I can't take all the credit. This style/design was originally created by Charles de Lauzirika (aka Zinema) for the DVD releases several years ago. I've done the covers for the last 3 films, and am now just reworking his original covers for the Blu-ray releases. preview images and hi-res downloads for From Russia With Love and Goldfinger added to first post
When I first got started on custom covers I wanted to get a laser printer. Prices on those made it too much for what was to be a passing hobby. I ended up getting an HP Deskjet D4160 and it handles custom covers very well. You'd never know these were not professionally done. I use "photo smart" ink instead of "black" and Vivera inks, which are recommended for my printer.
Very nice work, Matt. I'm especially happy with how the continuous 007 on the spines have more or less graphically rebooted with "Casino Royale," appropriately enough. The blue tint is also a nice touch. Thanks for taking over, and for doing it so well!
Thanks Charles, I very much appreciate hearing that, esp from you. Though I must confess, the '007' spine logo positioning was simply a product of resizing to fit the available space, with only minor tweaking by me. preview images and hi-res downloads for Thunderball and Live and Let Die added to first post
Great work, Matt! I look forward to having a full set on my shelves. One dumb question - these are designed for the thin (c.1cm width) cases, right?
Julian, they are sized for amaray blu-ray cases with a standard 12mm width spine
Thanks, Matt. Here in the UK, most Blu-ray discs are sold in cases the same width as standard DVD cases. I prefer the thin ones, myself!
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This is EXACTLY what I want for my Bond collection. Seriously, you are making my month with these. I LOVE the oldschool Bond artwork so much (especially the Moore era, which is just fantastic) ... I am even looking into getting a new printer for these suckers. Thanks again!
Thanks so much for these (to Matt and Charlie) - the covers are awesome. Now I need a new printer or to find somewhere that will print them for me!
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