Adventures in printing Part 2. It’s really long because there’s no easy way to explain these things. Today we look at some printing terms and how to size your files for print! Part 1 (Colourspace) here, and Part 3 (Making InDesign PDFs) here.
Date: 8th–10th centuryGeography: PeruCulture: WariMedium: Ceramic
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So lately money has been a little tight for us, and I need some extra income to pay for things I need. Most importantly, a prescription inhaler (that helps me breathe normally) that I need to replace soon.
My asthma has been really bad these past couple months and I’ve had to use my inhaler more often than I thought I would. =(
EDIT: I made some changes to what is offered for the limited palette tier, and have linked to new examples to reflect those changes!
As usual, click the read more for more information (e.g. contact info, terms and conditions, slot availability, etc) and thank you for reading!
Hey guys, I updated my commission post, so if you could signal boost this one, I’d appreciate it, thank you!
NEW GROUP ZINE SUBMISSIONS OPEN
Before I ran two group submission zines for Parappa and the Studio Ghibli zine, I have news that BOTH zines shall be made and sorted in around 3 WEEKS!
So therefore I will now announce two new group submission zines that are now open:
Breaking Bad and Orange Is The New Black
So pieces inspired by breaking bad or OITNB, you name it!
Submission guidelines are:
- 1 - 2 coloured pieces
- text/illustration/comic/photography/collage etc
You can even do one for each zine I am not picky.
The deadline for these are: TBC! so therefore you have as much time as you want for the submissions.
The email to send your zine submissions is : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions ask me or Faith as we are both organising these zines together.
So uh, pardon the repetition for those of you who are on secret twitter, but I’ve been hardcore into Breaking Bad since uh, I finally started watching it. Totally Leah’s fault. Might actually have to throw a thing together for this.
I’m opening up for commissions! Email me or message me if interested! xx
Zelda and Midna Character Artwork for Hyrule Warriors
my precious bebbies
it’s that time of the year when i ask again:
are there any good mlp blogs?
Here’s a great post, in two parts, from letterer/designer Alex Jay about his time spent designing the logo for Marvel/Epic’s release of The Airtight Garage, specifically for the periodical four-issue version, which came after the Moebius 3: The Airtight Garage graphic novel. His posts are incredibly extensive, and are a good example of how much work gets put into one logo design job: