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- Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:23 am
- Forum: Art Comments
- Topic: Captain America 12 Phantom City Creative
- Replies: 48
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I think Marvel Hero Subjects should be left to Marvel Artist. I would prefer a complete Captain America - than a cut-out of one. Earlier Captain America pieces are a little better than this one, plus I would probably find a great piece at a much reasonable price at a Comic-Con or Marvel Website. Re...
The Captain America print is a shocking turnaround for Phantom City. Very unexpected, fresh look--if I wasn't informed it was by PCC I would never have guessed. The rest I'm neither one way or the other about. They seem to be hit and miss. This, The Burning, and A Trip To the Moon are definitely th...
It really does. It's a stick figure! What's the deal?jjbehren wrote:It was 140 pounds, not dollars. I think that's about $230.seeker1115 wrote:I do not understand why somebody would pay $140 for this.
And the one that's sold already for $775 must really befuddle you then.
- Tue Apr 17, 2012 12:42 am
- Forum: Art Discussion
- Topic: Official KingdomOfNonsense thread!!
- Replies: 4105
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Man I wish he wasn't drymounting over artists with this. Otherwise I'd buy at least two of these.dinkydoggy wrote:Hey IJ,
Have you seen this? This guy has done the same thing to Budich as well and he's not happy about it.
http://www.redbubble.com/people/scififi ... ie-shirt-1
Ok, thank you so much to everybody who offered advice. I Maguivered a rack to unfurl everything on out of posterboard and books. Hopefully they're all fine, and I'll make sure never to leave them in tubes again. Thanks again all!
I'd grab some poster weights, little 'sandbags' which won't scuff the print or indent the paper. Others on here sell em for only a few dollars, see Iwish's sig for details... Okay, If I just got a print in the mail today, do I still need to let it unfurl? Like I just got a Cabin in the Woods in the...
Okay, thanks guys, I don't have near enough room for a flat-file. I'll look into bagging them and putting them between pieces of acid free posterboard. This has been very helpful, I'll be spending the rest of my night flattening the prints I have had in tubes for months. Careful! Let them relax fir...
Relax, the only one I've had in a tube for over a month is a Scott Pilgrim, and that's getting framed as soon as it flattens.retter wrote:note to self: do not buy posters off OPseeker1115 wrote:I'll be spending the rest of my night flattening the prints I have had in tubes for months.
Okay, thanks guys, I don't have near enough room for a flat-file. I'll look into bagging them and putting them between pieces of acid free posterboard. This has been very helpful, I'll be spending the rest of my night flattening the prints I have had in tubes for months.