I had to take those out when I built the frame (there was another part of a circle in the engine blocks).
I tried using a thin separated white line around the main image that you saw (basically a 2 inch crop around this present image), but it made it look like some 80's salon shop shit. I spent a day making the frame out of header pipes, hubcaps, and grills so it would have a more natural terminus.
You liked it, Connor seemed to like it, and Slater liked it. But that one Jar Jar comment from Schooley destroyed it for me. I couldn't look at it in the same way again (like finding out your girlfriend drank R. Kelley's piss from the tap). I'm glad he crapped on it, as I think this is much stronger than the shark ape which probably would have stayed in the colors I showed to you.
Yes and no. Originally it was a sort of shark skull ape. I had cages for some winged panthers built into his chest and two panthers flying around (Sonic & Tyner). A friend said it looked like Jar Jar, so I cheaped out and went into the panther direction. The idea was to show what you would find under Detroit if dug into the city's infrastructure (like the monster in Synchronicity II formed by the frustrations of the cubicle rat, or the monsters of the Id in Forbidden Planet).
I say "yes" because I had this colored, but I think Conklin's Santanna poster, which I was aware it resembled, looked so good white that I was afraid the color I had on mine was taking away from the detail.
Aprrox 24" X 34" printed on black paper with an ingenious mix of white and glow in the dark ink by Andy Diesel. Andy did some experiments and managed to do it in one pull (as opposed to doing the white and then a layer of glow in the dark seperately). The color is still white and doesn't (to my eye anyway) have that minty glow inthedark color. Great fucking job Andy.
Glows well too. Put a blacklight on it for 20 seconds, turn off the blacklight, and you can read a fucking book by it.