If you are a serious arcade game collector, chances are during the time you’ve been collecting you picked up a repulsive conversion cabinet that at one time was probably a much better game. You may have intentions of reverting that arcade back to it’s previous glory, or maybe you are just restoring a game that had a bad paint job. Part of that restoration is removing the artwork, you’re thinking you’ll just peel off the sideart and trash it.
If you’re thinking of ripping that artwork up, here are a couple of considerations for savings yourself time and money while helping the rest of the arcade game community. (more…)
Today I took my Pengo bezel to a local print shop and make an attempt at matching the colors. I feel like I am lucky, because my bezel doesn’t look like it has much fading at all. The vibrant colors in Pengo and the Sno Bees were a little easier to match, the blues were a little more difficult.
These are the pantone colors I ended up with from the pantone coated palette book. (more…)