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Framing? Well most of my stuff remains in storage like conditions over the years. It preserves it, but sadly I don't have wall space for everything I own! If the Hunter's Moon cover is like the cover I got so far (issue #2), it'll be A4 size. A proper shop should be able to supply the needed parts, and sell you what you need.

Roger has set up a proper Oli site now, so I'm not sure how many more covers will end up in the shop here. Prices are between what's being asked here and on the Book Gallery site. Which "helped" me a little cost wise in negotiating for the sale of the Fourth Dimension cover (yes, the one with the topless angel heh), Beach Head 2 and Zoidzilla...

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Ta for the remind.

OliverFreyArt.com

I have a few more in my list to add to the Zzuperstore here, but I don't know if others will then be added to the Oli site. On both would make sense I guess.


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Wipeout (issue #2) might have been the anomaly... the other three covers I received today are all A3 size. See how big yours is Mort before proceeding ;)

If there are a few left to go up here still, I'll continue to keep my eye open...

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Thanks Matt,
Will wait and see what size it is when it arrives, hope it is a3 as I have a nice place in the Hallway away from natural light it could hang :-)

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Iain wrote:


Gulp! This can't be true!? COMIC SANS!?!? :shock:

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Mr.Zzapback wrote:
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Gulp! This can't be true!? COMIC SANS!?!? :shock:

:lol:

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Et voila...! The spoils of war...!

Wipeout and Beach-Head II
Zoidzilla and St. Helen Bak

One thing I didn't point out before is that the Beach-Head II artwork is not on the usual Bristol board or similar that artists often use; it's directly on thick, stiff, rigid board, as if done in an oil painting style (although it's still an airbrush piece from what I can tell).

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Mr.Zzapback wrote:
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Gulp! This can't be true!? COMIC SANS!?!? :shock:


I'm sure Craig didn't build their website this time, hehe. If he did, he can stop writing books about webdesign. :wink: :D

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I'm sure Craig didn't build their website this time, hehe. If he did, he can stop writing books about webdesign. :wink: :D


I had that thought as well :) Still, I've seen a lot worse... (like my 90's style Zzuperstore pages! :-D )


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Hehe, we figured that out already. :wink:

Also...

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Oddly enough, two stores on my town's high street both use that font for their signage. Sadly, one is trying to be a high-class hair salon and the other a jeweller.

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I know I'm coming in late here but my jealousy-metre just went off the scale.

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