Artwork services offered are usually printed on paper, cut with some sort of laser and installed between the case and the plexi. Generally this method is inexpensive and easy to do while providing a simple way to swap artwork on your Panzer Fight Stick later. The downside to artwork printed this way is it is susceptible to humidity or duty/debris getting between the plexi and artwork when installed. In 2016 we played with direct print on plexi artwork for LI Joe's custom Panzer Fight Stick and it came out awesome; it was so awesome that we later printed some Tekken 7 inspired artwork for a personal build as well as some SCR artwork for a Panzer Fight Stick 3 featured during SCR2017 (shown above). While this method is not the cheapest it does have an awesome clean look that can't be matched when installed.
This is Vewlix inspired artwork for the Panzer Fight Stick 3! It comes in three options: Red, Blue, and Dark Hai. Pick the one you want and we will take care of the rest. In the lower right it says "Panzer" in Japanese, added for subtlety and color matched with the accents. Due the variations in monitors the print may come out slightly different than it appears on your screen. This is normal and only perfectly calibrated monitors will show the colors exactly. This is due to a number of reason, mostly with brightness and color contrasts that are optimized for production or gaming and not visual representation of true colors.