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Gottlieb cabinets

By drpinball1

6 days ago



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    #1 6 days ago

    Am interested to know if anyone has been able to reproduce the paint filament like background pattern seen on the cabinet and head of many, if not most, Gottlieb EM games? I have had excellent results reproducing the speckled pattern seen on Williams games, but have been unable to imitate the Gottlieb pattern.

    #2 6 days ago

    Search for paint webbing. There's several threads on the subject, and a few of those threads should have tips/tutorials with suggested supplies.

    #3 5 days ago

    https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/homebrew-webbing-step-by-step/ here it is. glue, auto paint, lac thinner in a touchup sprayer

    Ive probably done 50+ cabs with this method.

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    #4 5 days ago

    I’m lazy

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    Depending how close or distant you are can vary your thickness. Here’s a lighter and heavier examples of games I did last year

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