FIRST LOOK: Coyne Motorsports Tractor Trailer

Tony_Barraza

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San Jacinto, CA - Tony Barraza Designworks, in association with Signpros Custom Lettering, is proud to announce the debut of our latest creation - the Coyne Motorsports/4 Wheel Parts Racing tractor trailer, featuring it's new, bold graphic scheme.

Designed to showcase major sponsors 4 Wheel Parts Wholesalers, BFGoodrich Tires and Pro Comp Suspension, the 48 ft. trailer features a full Scotchprint vinyl wrap, with the trophy truck photo image coming from Eric Record at Go-Desert Productions. The tractor will have its base color painted, and will then have Scotchprint vinyl graphics overlayed, to complete the flow of the graphic scheme.

Look for the Coyne Motorsports/4 Wheel Parts Racing Team at this weekends BITD Terrible's Town 250.



Links of interest:
www.bfgoodrichtires.com
www.tbdesignworks.com

Tony B.

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poolman

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Nice work Tony!,pm

"changing the enviroment one tank at a a time"
 

Jerry Zaiden

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Nice work man! It will be great to see more of these out there! Did you do all of them now? Man you are busy.
 

motoxscott

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That looks awesome!

We've done several of our boxvans and will be doing our semi very soon with the vinyl wrap. It's the only way to go. The colors and images set it apart from painted versions.

When are we gonna see the Camburg semi Jerry ?

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Hey Tony, make sure they don't park it in the sun consistantly or you know what happens!!!

Sorry, couldn't resist. :)

Looks beautiful like always.

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shrek

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Tony,

Looks great!!! I think I will take one. Make mine a Peterbuilt, You know what should be on the side. But that might be kinda scary!! Can I have it by next week???

Shrek

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dunerking

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Hey before you know it off-road racing may look like Nascar racing J/K! That rig is going to look sweet when complete.

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Junior

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Great work Tony. Nice meeting you in San Felipe.


Junior
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sbro

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That is a killer design Tony. Out of curiosity, what program do you use for a project of such epic proportions, Quark, Illustrator?

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I can't speak for Tony as far as what he uses, but I used Photoshop to design this banner that I had made for a customer. It's was about 10' x 25' if I remember correctly. You just have to scale the size down and use a higher resolution and it helps keep the file size at a resonable size.
<A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.jdfab.com/design/banners/banners.htm>http://www.jdfab.com/design/banners/banners.htm</A>
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Tony_Barraza

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<font color=yellow>To Everyone:</font color=yellow> Thanks SO much for your positive feedback and kind words! I appreciate all of the support.

<font color=yellow>To Sean:</font color=yellow> For these large format, digital printed applications where Scotchprint material is used, I construct the files EXCLUSIVELY in Adobe Illustrator. When producing images that large, it's important to create all graphics in a "vector" format. In that format, all graphics are as sharp and crisp as possible, especially the edges. Using Photoshop, the graphics edges will be "pixelated" and appear fuzzy or unsharp. Not to mention the file size will be enormous.These files are built at 1/4 of the finished size (at high resolution).

<font color=yellow>FYI - </font color=yellow> Each side of the Coyne Motorsports/4 Wheel Parts Racing semi consists of 12 individual panels. They sent 3 panels at a time to print. It took an hour (per three panels) for the file to process (spool/rip) at the printer side, due to the fact that it was such a large file size, and there is so much information to process. Incredible huh?

<font color=yellow>To JrSyko:</font color=yellow> I thought you were my bro :(

Thanks again to everyone, especially RDC for your support!

Tony B.

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