On the 2013 Wranglers, at least on the Sahara, in the lower right side of the windshield there's a silhouette of a Wrangler climbing a hill. Does anyone have a link to where this artwork can be found online?
I have an overhead projector and my wife wants to do some Wrangler mural on our garage wall and she likes this one. If I can find it I'd like to print it out on a transparency and trace it on the wall. I'm no artist. The popular silhouette of just the grill and headlights was also considered.
If I can't find it online I guess I could take a pic of the real thing on the windshield and use Photoshop to create an outline of it and print it. We probably won't have our Sahara until February, so if I have to it this way it'll be a while. I'd like it to feel welcome when it first comes home by having the mural all done when it gets here.
snapping a pic might be tough to get the angle just right so that when you blow it up the proportions don't get out of whack in any one spot. Just a thought, but taking a photo did pop in my mind as well.
I google image searched for you but couldn't find it....not sure what they refer to those as.... but I found this and I'm pretty it needs to be in my garage.
I've got the "Little Jeep" dudes installed on mine. I also have a backup decal (in case I blew the installation). If you want, I could probably scan a portion of that and post it later tonight.
Sure, any Wrangler related silhouettes would be nice to look at. The one several posts above, although nice to look at, probably wouldn't be something my wife would want as a mural on the garage wall.
Here's what I have on my half of the garage. Before I aquired an overhead projector, I printed a small pic of it and made it into a slide. Then I used one of those lawn projectors that you display an image on the side of your house during the holidays and attached it to a stepladder, shined it on the garage wall, traced it and then painted everything in.
Today, we had to visit our dealer to sign some more paperwork while we're patiently waiting for our Sahara. While we were there I took lots of detailed pics of the various Jeep logos and things on the windshield and wheels. After we got home I messed around with Photoshop for a bit and I came up with what my wife says she wants on the garage wall in the third pic below.
Here's what we ended up with to print out on the transparency for the overhead projector. Wife decided that she wanted her Jeep in the mural, so I edited out the background from a side pic of it and used Photoshop and MS Word to make the final product. She gets to trace and paint the actual mural.