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What I need to create an image: I can use an actual scanned helmet decal, a logo off the team web site (if it's the same thing that's on the helmet), a good close up pic, or if the team has no decal on their helmet, a description will do. If giving a description, I need to know the shell color, facemask color and if you have any stripes on it; also, what color they are and the orientation of them. By that I mean, (white center stripe with red pinstripe on each side etc.). If sending a pic, it needs to be a close up shot of each side of the helmet. I plan on including two images, one facing right and one facing left. If your logo consists of any "letters" I definitely need a pic of the helmet from both sides. I would prefer that you take the pic outside and not use a flash because a lot of times the flash "washes" out a portion of the logo. And it needs to be taken with the logo centered in the camera viewfinder, not at an angle or from above. Also, please make sure the chin strap is not obscuring the logo in any way. Many times I have to repaint the area where the chin strap covered it up. This can be difficult depending on the complexity of the logo. Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated. As with the other helmet sites, these helmets will be maintained on a constant basis as the schools make their changes.


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David Hayes