Today at CoinOpSpace.com Rich at ThisOldGame.com posted a blog entry about how to trace an arcade cabinet with some vellum and then take that tracing to final vector artwork. He goes through the whole process and has even suggested that he would send vellum to interested collectors so that more pieces of artwork can be reproduced.
It’s possible to not ‘scan’ an arcade cabinet
That is always a hindrance in getting some of this artwork reproduced. But with Rich offering to send vellum to collectors who want to take on a trace, he steps you through the reasons why this is just as good as a scan, the most important reason being that it saves a ton of time.
The Scramble sideart stencils are now available at ThisOldGame.com. If you are interested in doing some vellum tracing, contact Rich at his website or drop me a line here in the comments section or using my contact form.
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