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In this video, DIY-DVD's Phil shows you how to design a roof rack for car advertisement.
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How to Design a Roof Rack for Car Advertisement
My name’s Phil Welcome to my advertising home DVD. Over the next half hours, we’re going to show you how to make something different and distinctive on the roof of your car or van that you’re going to use. I’ve spent several thousand in advertising my business online with this certain innate search engine and I’m convinced there is going to be a way of getting more exposure.
So let’s start this and so about you see the plan. I’ve chosen stock. It has a lot a little bit certainly going to catch ours. That’s, you have to excuse me for the in close. That is to a cut out a shape. You could use any animal, anything you can think of really, obviously not a giraffe with skinny legs because it’s so tall and not strong enough to handle any slight winds so it needs to be something reasonably solid and you could actually do a giraffe if you wanted to make there as long as you left the wood and what material you’re using between the legs, anyway, that’s my idea. So you contribute in it and find that image you like.
You could dig and cut outline out but not with another car with that digital large format digital printing. You could choose a picture or type of picture of something. Take it to an engine place and then get it blown up, big enough to stick on your bold as a background. Anyway, the idea of this one is do some roof shade, roof shade that fold and it will just stand out and then we’re going to drive around Central London, on the tourist spots, any busy spots we can find which is going to load it in and see what happens.
It caught up and this is a very frame so I would just be something simple on a half hour you can print it. Turn quick like a wood which we’ll count to in a second and that’s the plan. Heightened it up, get some stickers man, some signage mate but we’ll go down the center and I’ve seen lots of advertising holdings that are just so cluttered, I couldn’t even work out what they’re advertising so we’re going to let the shark catch the attention and any widening that’s going to be on the shape is going to be the web site side of this.
Now, you can put phone number on either. Something that’s easy to remember though and but you can take up at any inch, snapshot on your on your mind and we need to get on, hopefully, you go oh, do me that thing sort of type, let’s look it up. Anyway, so you got to be an artist, you don’t need to have a rough idea of what you’re doing and hopefully someone will present himself with the reasonable skill to draw your outline for you.
Or have someone with such skill and it will be drawn up for me, the shark, a fine image, I want a fin on it, which is there. It’s not too bad, the translation onto the white gold but that doesn’t matter, I just what comes on the finished product look like. So I’m just getting rid of a title and then we’ll come back to show what we’ve done so far and we’ll move on. This is a relatively quick project. It can able to done in a day or two and then you can get a complete exposure.