This was a two day project and a near 3rd degree sunburn for me. It was HOT! And a whole lot of fun.
Yes it rained at the end of the first day, but thankfully it didn't ruin the paint. Thankfully.
This is Miles, my faithful assistant. I love Miles, he is pure comedy.
Checkin it out to see if it reads ok..
A sign painters trick is to use the straight lines of the bricks in your layout. You can also use it for making your border an even width around.
What happens when the assistant works the camera..
Now that we have the letters all pounced up on the wall, its time to get to business!
The first few letters felt like it was taking a half hour per letter.. so I started working faster to get it done while the day light was on.
Sam was super stoked, which is all what you want in a client these days..
Owner Sam Schultz
View from the street.
And some bonus pics from the trip!
Sam's grandparent inlaws, the Schroeders, Neal and Rhea. They are wonderful, and fed us the most amazing meal of the whole trip that night.
Our teller, Mike at Common Cents in Pocatello..
And this dude, who posed for me after asking him to, also at common cents in Pocatello.
Taz is rad! Rocks!