Anyone have or know how I can get the Decals for the Borg Neural Processor?
These are the ones I am refering too.
This is the location for them.
@stapleton13 did some nice ones, or you can isolate the squiggles from the auction photos and print them on inkjet/laser clear labels.
Where’d that first image come from? I think those might actually be Myron’s.
I got the pic from Myron’s post.
I asked him before and he said that he doesn’t have them anymore.
To print them I need to scale them how do I do that?
Ideally get the graphic file form Myron. I can scale that for you.
I looked at this closer and it’s made up of just two parts, the rectangles which are easy and the squiggle which is one element repeated as needed.
I made a new squiggle element so all I need is actual size parameters to create the whole graphic.
Here is some measurements.
If you need mm I have them too.
If there is anything else you need let me know.
I should be able to work with that.
Let me know if you need anything else.
I had to draw all the squiggles separately but it’s made. I still need to scale it to the prop but there is a problem. Either the prop photos a mirrored, or the decal picture is and I don’t know which is right.
Here is all the pictures that I have of the Neural Processor.
Borg Neural Processor
OK, I’m using the 0.871" measurement here. I reflected the graphic and superimposed it over the image of the screen used one. As you can see it doesn’t match too well so I’ll just start over and make a better matching one.
Macromedia Freehand?! Wow, that takes me back, @Buddahaid.
Yep, I still get along with it better than CS6 even though they are related. I just find the tools I want easier and you can buy it for about $40.00 on eBay as a download.
Downside for Freehand is the file format needs to be exported into an Ai file and without AI you can’t see if it worked OK.
Finished the graphic see if it fits right.
One thing about exporting Freehand into Illustrator is you need to uncheck the guides or they become part of your graphic.
Borg Decal Final [Converted].ai (206.2 KB)
That looks fantastic Scott.
You are the man.