This one came out just about perfect:
The yellow decks may not be authentic, but they definitely look nice; think of it as an homage to Pickett’s Eye-Saver Yellow slipsticks.
The rear has my how-to-operate hints:
Laser-printing on “inkjet” paper worked fine, although this isn’t fancy Gloss-coated Brochure paper, and the text looks like it should.
The cursor sports a two-pass hairline scribed at 330 g and filled with Lacquer-Stick paint:
This time, I had the clear film on top!
Although the picture doesn’t do it justice, the scales are in blue ink, which looks better against the yellow background. I suppose I could do custom colors:
The line width has decreased as the ink level drops: 0.3 mm on yellow card stock and 0.2 mm on glossy white brochure paper. I don’t know if they’re supposed to work like that, but, for this application, narrower lines are definitely better.
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