I had been looking at having the new boat sprayed when I came across wraps. These are a great way to customize your boat in a really unique way. For me to get this look with paint would cost 5 to 10 times the price of the wrap.
The day started with a 4:30am alarm (aagghhh) and I was soon headed down to Taren Point to see Craig at Graphic Wraps. Craig met me outside the factory at 7am and went straight to work designing my wrap. I had this image of a burnt orange boat with a killer Bream about to smash a lure. Craig was all over it and after a couple of hours on Photoshop I felt like Craig had reached inside my brain and pulled the image straight out.
From computer to one massive printer the test run looked perfect. We put the print together with the overlay and headed to the boat. This basically becomes a massive sticker that Craig handled better than I can use sticky tape (I don’t know how he does it).
The whole process is amazing to watch and after a few hours under the heat gun the result speaks for itself. I’m super stoked with it. The detail in the graphics are awesome and the overall look turns an ordinary tinny into something really special.
Craig’s set-up and customer service is really amazing. It’s so great to be looked after as a customer, something that seems to be getting rarer these days. Craig from Graphic wraps, thanks for an awesome day mate, your service is second to none!
Tinny Pimp stage one complete, stage two flooring is next.
The computer work
The master at work
The final product