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    Default Need help with logo

    drywallschool.com

    We need a cartoon style logo, (or maybe not) taping tool, hawk, trowel, or hammerhead taping knife in there somewhere.
    Can anyone direct us to a good logo guy?


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    Hows about a drywall hammer and screwdriver on the logo instead?
    I seem to be using these quite a lot recently to force back screws I could hang my jacket on!
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    i can suggest this site to you http://www.getafreelancer.com/

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    Nice to see you stoobs. Its a useful site and thanks for the link.


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    Quote Originally Posted by amestaper View Post
    Hows about a drywall hammer and screwdriver on the logo instead?
    I seem to be using these quite a lot recently to force back screws I could hang my jacket on!
    lol@amestaper, superimposed over the red face of an irate taper would be priceless. You've nailed it on the head, literally. Biggest annoyance from any tapers I know as it busts tools and chip the blades on boxes and corner finishers. Not your job to scrw them in.

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