More Clients From HellI was working on a catalog and received a photo to be included on a spread. The image did not, however, meet the minimum requirements needed for good printing quality. I contacted the client and got this response:More Like This
Client: I called the photographer and he told me you graphic designers have ‘tricks’ to enlarge images and maintain quality, so just work your magic.
I design for a small company that recently started a blog. I let the company know that I would be unavailable for a week as I had family matters to attend to and that anything they needed done had to be given to me so that I could finish it by Thursday night. From Monday to Wednesday I received nothing. Thursday morning, I found 9 different projects waiting in my inbox, including the logo and an ad for the new blog.
Client: What’s the font in the logo? I like that. Use that for everything.
Me: Well, that wouldn’t really–
Client: Use it. For. Everything.
By the end of the day they settled on an ad wi
Xtreme Story-Teller Series Chapter IILUCY'S STORY - Part 1.More Like This
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In the last chapter, we left the Grand Duke of Crabbsville in a very compromising situation, crying out to Lucy in desperation, then calling out his love for her again when he made a sudden, significant discovery. Today, we will take a look at Lucy and discover her side of the story.
Lady Lucilia Mousier-Sty was the Countess of Daraga, a first class municipality in the province or Albay, Philippines. Her ancestry dates back as far as the 12th century, but they finally had to flee due to ever-more threatening eruptions from Mayon Volcano. She was a woman of mysterious character, always carrying about her person a crystal ball, and when she was using her hands for something else, this ball would be placed inside a discreet pocket. It accompanied her everywhere, even in the bath and in her bed, and she swore by th
Daily Fractal Feature for 17th April 2015NOTICE!More Like This
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Daily Fractal Feature for 17th April 2015
On a daily basis we, at DailyFractalFeatures, are aiming to showcase a small selection of fractal artwork to the community. We are proud to feature today's Daily
Some art/webcomic adviceI got this really thoughtful question on my tumblr a week or two ago in regards to art/webcomics:More Like This
"Hello K-bo, I Have been aspiring to be a webcomic artist much like yourself for a long time. Viewing your artwork and your achievements inspire me to reach out for my dreams. I wasn't able to see you at Fan Expo this year so I wasn't able to ask you this in person. I feel like I'm at a point where I'm comfortable enough with my art and style to start a webcomic... but I have no idea where to start... Do you have any advice? Thank you!"
I wanted to share my answer with you guys since it might be relevant to your interests. I hope at least some of it is useful to you. Here goes...
"First off, that’s awesome and I’m honored to have inspired you in any way. You should be very proud of yourself for being ready and willing to start this journey.
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Sherlock Holmes x reader~ Meeting an old friendMore Like This
You were a good friend of Dr. John H. Watson. You had gone to the same school together. You haven't spoken since the war had first begun and he was drafted, so on one clear day in October you had received a letter from Watson telling you that he had come back from the war due to an injury. It also said that he had moved to London with a new friend of his, Sherlock Holmes, and that he would love it if you would come by and visit him. You heard about his friend Sherlock Holmes, because you've seen a couple of his cases in the newspapers. He seemed to be a detective that the Scotland Yard go to when they need help.
You packed your bags and you had called a carriage, since not all of those horseless carriages have been going around the world and only the wealthy people can afford to have it. You climbed into the carriage, put your luggage, and pulled out your notebook. You were a writer, or at least you were trying to be. The world that is around you doesn't offer a lot to a woman. Y