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Monster Bash/Black/NOS playfield/Modfather figures/HEP

By High_End_Pins

4 years ago

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#1 4 years ago

Just finished this Monster Bash.
It is the first time using Daniels(Sillyoldelfs)inner decals .I am not always a fan of inner decals or mirror blades but I have to admit I think they really look great on this game.The art of the inner decals ties in so well with the plastics and scheme it is tough not to appreciate it.
Also of note I asked the Modfather to paint the figures.It was his first time doing them and he was kind of on the fence but made the effort and they turned out great!

I also lucked into a NOS playfield.

This was the last MB in my shop after what seemed like an endless list of them to be done the last two years and I think we closed this title out in great style.Don't worry though I have plenty of other titles to do.


#4 4 years ago

More pictures in case you don't want to look through the album.

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#7 4 years ago

Some pictures to show the Modfathers figures in the game.

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#8 4 years ago

A few more pictures.

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#9 4 years ago

Finally the inside/underside.

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#10 4 years ago
Quoted from DefaultGen:

The decals look fantastic. This must be the best MB out there now.

The decals are really well done.They tie into the art and plastics so perfectly it is truly like they were meant to be there all along.

#18 4 years ago
Quoted from jalkelly:

Looks perfect. Any tips/tricks you can share on how you installed these? I have a set of sillyoldelf's for TSPP and am still trying to work up the courage to install them.

These are typically installed here on empty cabinets so the first step to doing it well would be pull the playfield out.You can set up a workbench right next to the game if needed and that way you can just pull the wired playfield and put it to the side of the game.
Other than that make sure that you lightly scuff only the area that will be decaled so you can get any dust nibs out of the surface in order to make sure the decals go on smooth.
Test fit them prior to removing the backing.
Apply them.
Now run felt down the entire length of the playfield wood edge and rails on both sides.
Gently place the playfield back in the game and you are all set.

#19 4 years ago
Quoted from jardine:

Dumb question but those under pf'd rails look to be on backwards? Always thought where the little rise is that they were designed to sit in the channel?
Either way...want this machine!

Do you mean the playfield resting brackets underneath?
They are right.

#25 4 years ago

Thanks guys.
The game is not for sale sorry for any confusion in regards to some private email .

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