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I am helping BananaBoat with the art for his virtual pin build (This one: http://www.aussiearcade.com/showthread.php/63223-(SA)-New-Widebody-Virtual-Pinball-build-3) as part of the process I came up with a multitude of various options. Looks like he is now going for a Watchmen theme, but here are the ones I came up with as well. I did these purely for fun and to learn Photoshop and inskscape a bit more. I'll try and upload the files somewhere at some stage for others to use. The Superman and Scooby Doo are completely in Vector so are actually very small files.





















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They look unreal. Where do you get these printed with adhesive backing?

At any sign shop.


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Wow, you have some skills.

Perhaps you can do a few of these like in posters, i would get them printed for the games room

Should be a few others i would imagine who would do the same :)


Posters! Good idea. Never thought of that. Just need more space on my games room wall.

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Posters! Good idea. Never thought of that. Just need more space on my games room wall.


Not really just rotate a couple when you feel like a change.

Anyway if you do design a poster or 2 I will investigate the price for printing further :)

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All files are now available for download as requested on VPForums:



I am now offering all editable artwork files for FREE to anyone who wants them. I have uploaded most of the Photoshop files and vector files to my skydrive account.


I have also added backbox and front art to Scooby Doo and Superman Vectors as seen below.


Some notes on artwork:


All Photoshop Art was created in CS6 with documents setup in RGB 8bit, 300dpi as this is what my local printer always requests. I believe some printers prefer CMYK - I am unsure how this will affect those printers or whether they can be easily converted.

I am by no means a Photoshop or Vector professional. I do this for fun. What you see is what you get.

You will need to modify the files to suit the dimensions of your own cabinets. Shouldn't be too hard. All files currently have an outline of the cab I was using as reference. You can easily remove this by "unclipping" the art above this layer. Then delete the cab outline and replace with your own.


You are free to use the art for your own Cabs and edit as you want, but please do not post links anywhere else without my permission. Also these are obviously NOT for commercial use!


I may remove the download links at any time if need be.


If you do get some printed Please, Please, Please post back here or message me pics so I can see some completed examples!!



Pinball Cabinet Artwork Download Links:


Lego (Photoshop CS6) 273MB: http://sdrv.ms/1kANPXc


Marvel (Photoshop CS6) 217MB: http://sdrv.ms/1a8cSN2


Batman Brave & Bold (Photoshop CS6) 146MB: http://sdrv.ms/1d85efU


Superman Vector (inkscape SVG) 1.46MB: http://sdrv.ms/1a8d2Ut


Scooby Doo Vector (inkscape SVG) 827KB: http://sdrv.ms/1a8cY7g







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Here are a couple of recent artworks I've been working on. I'm starting to get a better grasp on Photoshop now. ;)





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Some of the latest creations:













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Couple more recent ones:













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