I was studying your great color Rick. Moving the hue slider around and still getting very peasing compliments. Flipping it for the hell of it. Then impishly deciding to post it.I think we need one guy to get a table that represents he will be fronting a group of fellow artists. Just that simple. One guy gets the onus of tax documentation as well. I volunteer since my plan was to have a table next year. Anyone want something where we unify some sort of identity. We can have an identity with some foam core
Cool colors... with critters like this guy I just never know what colors to make him... it's nice to see other choices.Well, that table stuff sounds good to me. I think we should do a TAG book that we all contribute some drawings to, we print up some more copies of Gore Hole and then anyone who wants to do their own book can do it and bring it along as well. Sound good?Yes, we should do some kind of banner or logo or something as well.
You know what I'm talking about with the hue slider in phostoshop don't you? What's cool about that, all hue changes that it makes, any color keeps it's same relative spot on the color wheel while you slide it. So since you had your compliments so well thought out for hot red with green, I crank it to prpley blue and the background goes yellowish and it all still works.Yeah, I'll start the ball rolling and see if I run into any walls getting a table. I can show them Gore Hole, Idle Hands and explain, "more to come". I wonder if they'll accept PDF for proof of samples.?
We should get a show of hands as to who wants to pony up for the table so we can figure out what each of our contribution will be.
I'm in ... (hand raised) ...
Me! *begins to put spare change in a jar*
OK. I'll start something with ComiCon this weekend and see where I get. Honor system on contributions the week of the CON. We rarely stiffed each other at Dennys. Of course Dave was counting the money back then.
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