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#1 2015-07-22 20:43:04

bbraun
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TC mouse pad!

I recently decided I needed some more mouse pads, and rather than finding some boring cheap mouse pad I decided to have a go at getting a custom one made up.  I like the fabric kind of mousepad, and cafepress is pretty reasonable at making them at low volumes.  Most of the places I found have a 50 item minimum order for custom mouse pads.

tcmousepad.jpg

I could probably have done better with the overprint, but it's not terrible and still meets the requirements of being a mousepad.

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#2 2015-07-22 21:15:17

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Re: TC mouse pad!

Hey that's awesome haha! Is that a nice thick mousepad, or is it one of those really thin cloth ones?
I might have to look into that as I have a bunch of slick top ones and one ratty cloth one that has seen way too much use (only one I use)


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#3 2015-07-22 21:47:41

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Re: TC mouse pad!

Yeah, it's the thicker, ~1/4" or so pad.  I'm not a fan of the thin fabric ones.

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#4 2015-07-22 23:19:16

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Re: TC mouse pad!

I used the same company to get mine made.

Mine is a photogenic shoot of a tube amplifier. Looks cool.

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#5 2015-07-22 23:50:09

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Re: TC mouse pad!

I like it.


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#6 2015-07-23 00:01:23

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Re: TC mouse pad!

Schweet! wink

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#7 2015-08-21 14:03:57

markyb
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Re: TC mouse pad!

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I'm now a satan worshipper apparently


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#8 2015-08-21 14:04:46

ClassicHasClass
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Re: TC mouse pad!

Could it be ... Satan's 486?

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#9 2015-08-21 21:14:10

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Re: TC mouse pad!

Are those supposed to be F-15's flanking the giant 486? They look... not quite right, like what you'd get if an F-15 and an F-16 did something unnatural and had a baby. (IE, canopy and nose is *clearly* an F-16 but the rest of it's an F-15. Wing roots and other details are all wrong for a MIG-29 or F-18.)

... of course, the real question is whether or not Randy Quaid actually manages to destroy said giant 486 by slamming his F-whatever right into the CPU die at the end of this fight.

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Flap Different.

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#10 2015-08-21 21:27:00

markyb
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Re: TC mouse pad!

I found this image about 5 years ago and thought it would look sweet. It does just based on not making any sense.
RPvasTf.gif
Randy Quaid just bent one of the pins and when they tried to wiggle it back into place it snapped off. Shitter's full.

edit: I think it's from a demo

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#11 2015-08-22 17:39:28

jt
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Re: TC mouse pad!

Fulcrum rocks sox!

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