Hobby Lobby is a good store to go to if you like looking at overpriced art supplies and an infinite world of useless, shitty, sub-Ikea tchotchkes, while listening to awful smooth jazz renditions of songs like Bridge Over Troubled Water.
It’s like a nursing home that sells model airplanes. And probably the sort of nursing home where the caregivers like to do stuff like scald the elderly to death in the showers.
It’s like a nursing home that sells model airplanes.
THANK YOU now I know what to tell people!
We’ve all waited long enough. It’s finally time to start revealing the WINNING LOGOS that will become official and represent the in-game companies as of update 0.24. We received a few hundred entries from throughout the community, viewed them all and somehow managed to whittle them down to the few that were ultimately chosen for inclusion in the update. After a bit of a polish, the final logos were ready for placement, starting with THESE and continuing throughout the week.
Half of that logo is me!
Erdal Inci GIPHOSCOPE by Officina K
Crank and ‘corners’ of the metallic frame are in golden aluminium, while the mail elements of the structure are in matte aluminium. The support is made of authentic italian walnut.
If you want to buy this GIF artwork by Erdal Inci, mounted on the Giphoscope, please write us: email@example.com
Each GIPHOSCOPE is entirely handmade and selled as one-of-a-kind art object. For more informations, images, prices and collections, please visit: www.giphoscope.com
A customized GIPHOSCOPE collection will be soon available at The Public Domain Review Online Store
Gail Simone’s short story for the Time Warp #1 anthology. I’m not a huge fan of Simone’s ongoing work but I have to say, her short stories are wonderful. Thank you for this one.
Art by Gael Bertrand, published by Vertigo.
I was very proud of this story, with amazing art by Gael Bertrand. My first Vertigo piece!
Tips for dealing with Designers:
1: Don’t belittle the skill it takes to make designs.
2: Don’t assume you can do what we spent years trainings to do just because you took one class in high school or college way back when. (unless you’re a protege)
3: Don’t expect good results from vauge, unrealistic requests.
4: Don’t try to worm your way out of paying when its clear you can. (charities excluded)
Now I realize some people not might realize what they are saying is rude and I am willing to forgive your ignorance, but if you talk like this to a designer you are a jerk.
For the folks over at Clientsfromhell.net whose horror stories have inspired this comic.
This is too true.
Bolding what I have experienced in art and design work.