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Then this happened...
So who was that through Tuffy? That's pretty much exactly what I'm looking for.
However, I just use water-proof, lightfast ink because that's what I was trained to use in school.
Thinking on it, the majority of my work is scanned for screenprinting, and the originals are not...
Tooth make good!
Dunno about Amazon, but if you're in the Twin Cities, Northwest Graphic Supply has all your screenprinting needs.
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To answer Al's question: No. I've been using Prismacolor's Brush Pen, and probably wouldn't use Sharpie as I like to use lightfast ink pens when drawing (for projects). Would be fun for messing...
There is a collector site (expressobeans.com) where they do talk a lot about framing and the market value of posters. You could check over there.
I don't edit my posts junior.
And, I'll also admit freely that that KISS tribute poster is a steaming pile of shit...but it actually got printed. Imagine that.
Here's a fun story for you kamiblue,
I was excited to do that dumb KISS tribute poster when I worked in-house for a casino...because at the time doing an actual poster or anything for the real...
It took me countless hours.
I miss you already.
Please come back after countless hours creating your next shit poster that nobody wants and we'll talk again!
Just imagine the guy walking back out on the stage, several times, picking up the mic and dropping it again.
As opposed to the garbage that you were trying to sell?
Spot the difference?
That shit is never getting printed.
Still making posters. Still have a day job. Got two kids now.
63 hours to go, only $2,775 to go!