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MacBook Pro - Making drawings permanent on MacBook Pro case


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I was wondering if there is any good way to draw on a macbook pro. I have a bunch of different kinds of markers, but I'm assuming they won't work very well. I think spray paint would be kind of difficult as well. I also think a lot of stuff would probably get chipped off or flake off or something. I was wondering if perhaps I could put scratches in it and then pain into the scratches (I am thinking of some art forms that use similar techniques). I am sure, however, that some of you have better ideas?
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Create a drawing, upload it to www.pimpmylaptop.com and they'll put it on a sticker perfectly suited for your MBP.
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wow, awesome. The site doesn't seem to answer certain questions, tho... like ideal dpi or how one could make part of the sticker clear?
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You can try Hard plastic case at Macbook Pro Case
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