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Hi guys! Thank you for your patience and awesome support of the project! I wouldn't have done it without you all! After much struggle with print shops, RA limited edition comic is finally available for shipping! It's 100 pages, color, book bound, soft matte cover with glossy interiors.
Romantically Apocalyptic Signed Limited Edition HOLIDAY/XMAS SALE:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Shipping and handling cost is included in these prices! Books are shipped out 10-20 days after purchase. They are sent via "Canada Mail". Canada mail doesn't track packages. Delivery across Europe can take up to several weeks.
I viewed it in Firfox 3, and it's green (supports). I viewed the SAME IMAGE in Internet Explorer 8, and it's red (does not support). If your browser doesn't support animated PNG files, it shows only the first (of two) frames, static. And if it does, it doesn't show that first frame - leaving only the second, static frame.
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Wow amazing how does she do it inspiring fantastic etc ...oh, you are too kind.
I always wondered how the big mug looks like and what's the actual difference.
So next to the shape of course we're most interested in what fits in it. The measurements on DA are pretty close but if you tend to fill your mug to the brink (and complain later how to transport it) like I do: It's around 350 and 460 ml. For me it's really important to know the hard facts since I clock what I drink.
The handle of the smaller one is... normal whereas the big one has a huge handle. and I mean huge. I have normal hands *I think* and for me it took some time to get used to it. It's nice though since you avoid the nasty "skin on hot ceramic" problem when you microwave something in it. I have the handle problem with *real* Jumbo mugs- they normally sport a very tiny handly and I always burn my knuckles. Can't happen with those two above.
Big one is imo good for: hot chocolate, tasty tea, latte (pumpkin latte.. unggg), soup (if not too thick), water, anything cold If you tend to drink fast I'd say even normal coffee, otherwise: It might cool down before you reach the bottom.
I'm working on the very last manual illustrations for the very last board game this year. New fancy mug stuff when I'm done. I have some ideas I'd really love to do (and some of those would be even usefull *omg* ).
I hope the information is usefull for anybody. Sorry for the pic quality- the outside light is weird at the moment. We have mostly foggy blurred something and it's not cute at all.