I’m a freelance graphic designer and production artist doing business as Catspaw DTP LLC in Silicon Valley, California.
My career started in the late 1980s, before the Web existed, during the waning days of hot wax and paste-up boards. At first I worked on monthly magazines, and they along with books remain my favorite projects. These days, however, I’m more likely to be working on marketing collateral, packaging, or instruction sheets and booklets.
This gallery displays personal projects and provides an outlet for my sense of whimsy. A more formal portfolio of past work can be found at my professional Web site, a link to which is below.
I lost an archive drive, and had to replace my Sun & Moon data so I can make more sets.
I remember your gallery having a link to someone's in-development computer version, too. But I can't find it.
Was I mistaken? Or was it removed? And if it is there, may I ask where I should look for it?|
(I tried a Google search, but Pokemon-related entries crowded out anything that may have led anywhere.)
So instead you’re trying to piggyback on other people’s accounts to advertise your project? That’s a form of freeloading, especially since you dropped this message without even a by-your-leave. My attention was elsewhere, or I would have addressed this sooner. Congratulations; you got your free advertising for a week or two. But I can’t let it continue.
All right. That wasn't my intention anyway, and I'm sorry I upset you.
I've gotten the same interpretation from Baron-Engel, (who I legitimately irritated with other things.) However, I was simply extending individual invitations... because I couldn't figure out how to spread the word.
I promise: it was a clumsy attempt to attract your attention, in hope my idea would appeal to you. Nothing more.