Mike Lantry, 1972
OT: Mich beer pong table help!
oversized (and priced) fathead
I think I need to see an image of this amazing portable beer pong technology in order to provide an informed opinion.
pretty simple to make a good portable one. make the table into four even sections and put hinges on it. It'll fold up easy into the back seat of a car, then just place it overtop a dining table or whatever. As for designs, I had my engineering roommate take care of the stencils. I reccommend putting down a blue base coat over the whole thing then make a stencil cutout of a big block M and paint away.
This is available from Fathead. They have several choices and sizes.
But they are all too big... looking for like 2' by 2'
Thanks a ton... ur welcome to come visit the tailgate and play anytime!
For further notice, next time all you would need to do is find any block M that you think looks good, then translate it to vector in Illustrator. If you don't know how to do that im sure u can find someone on here, but anyway then you can size it to whatever size you want without any problems.
printed out at kinkos or something?
Yep, or you can use a program like Inkscape. You can then use a program like ProPoster to scale it to size and print onto standard legal paper.
Here's the one a friend and I made several years ago:
that thing is legit!
Where's the yard line numbers?
The font in the endzone is all wrong.
Why is it white with a maize outline in one endzone?
You could retire that thing into the Beer Pong Hall of Fame if the Endzones were blue and the letters maize.
This has got me to thinking...my new project: A Michigan Pinball Machine! I think I can convert a 1970s era Gottlieb machine with new playfield graphics...right on.
Forget Beer Pong... Beer Die is the way to go:
EDIT: Fire not necessary.