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    Video: Custom PS3 Slim - Bad Company 2 Edition with Vector File

    Today jriquelmeyt of MandiocaGamer (linked above) has shared some pictures, a video and a Vector file used to make the Custom PS3 Slim Bad Company 2 Edition shown below.

    Download: BFBC2 Soldier Logo Vector .cdr

    To quote, roughly translated: "This is my version of the PlayStation 3 Slim.

    The topic I chose is the game Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and vinyl paint job, completely made by me.

    Here's the Vector file to make the vinyl Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vector Logo in 2 colors via special cutting plotter.

    Now, here you can download the file."







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  2. #2
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    looks amazing, love it! i'd be proud of that.

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    Looks like a nice job was done on this ps3..

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    This is a very nice job. +rep for the eye candy :] did you also do the paint job too?

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    Big Grin

    Man that's sick, i need that asap..

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    Smile

    That looks very nice.

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    Cool, so all you have to do is bring this file to a sign shop and they can plot it out (cut it out in vinyl).

  8. #8
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    Wow, thats awesome, I wonder how much it costs to get something like that done, I'd love to customize mine.

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    hi... wow! what a surprise. Find my PS3 here is honorable.

    Now i'm working in my ideas for the CoD:BO version. Sorry for my poor english lol.

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    Question

    That is really awesome looking!! Hey... what type of paint did you use... I know the wrong type will just peel off. Also did you prepare the plastic surface at all... well besides probably cleaning it with an alcohol or cleaner of some sort to get all the oil from hands off it...

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