David Welker's Bowel Movements

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Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:22 pm

bryndavies wrote:
dutchflowers wrote:+1 Civilization.

Also finally got my Boxset yesterday. :pint:

Wonderful Welker Week


What the hell took those box sets so long to ship? I talked to David back during their initial release, and he said they were all printed, signed, put together and shrink wrapped. Assumed that meant they were ready to rock.
The box took 6 months to make.
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Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:23 pm

acidburn wrote:
bryndavies wrote:
dutchflowers wrote:+1 Civilization.

Also finally got my Boxset yesterday. :pint:

Wonderful Welker Week


What the hell took those box sets so long to ship? I talked to David back during their initial release, and he said they were all printed, signed, put together and shrink wrapped. Assumed that meant they were ready to rock.
The box took 6 months to make.
He also ended up throwing a sketch/OG in each one, didn't he?
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Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:27 pm

So then they weren't shrink wrapped and ready to rock it seems. Glad y'all got the goods. Enjoy.
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Wed Jul 20, 2016 3:34 pm

jkw3000 wrote:
acidburn wrote:
bryndavies wrote:
dutchflowers wrote:+1 Civilization.

Also finally got my Boxset yesterday. :pint:

Wonderful Welker Week


What the hell took those box sets so long to ship? I talked to David back during their initial release, and he said they were all printed, signed, put together and shrink wrapped. Assumed that meant they were ready to rock.
The box took 6 months to make.
He also ended up throwing a sketch/OG in each one, didn't he?
That was always the plan I think. No clue
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Wed Jul 20, 2016 8:06 pm

Let's see some boxset OG pics drymounters!
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Wed Jul 20, 2016 8:34 pm

Congrats to David Welker on art of the week of his " Civilization " print :clap: How many AOW this year ? 2016 is looking like his year !
Shout out to soam24 for hooking me up with +1 :pint:
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Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:19 pm

dodgers77 wrote:Congrats to David Welker on art of the week of his " Civilization " print :clap: How many AOW this year ? 2016 is looking like his year !
Shout out to soam24 for hooking me up with +1 :pint:

Civilization was #8 on the year!
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Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?
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Fri Jul 22, 2016 10:04 am

patsman wrote:Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?
Own one?
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patsman wrote:Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?
No, and I have a bunch of it.
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Fri Jul 22, 2016 11:45 am

patsman wrote:Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?
Who's alt is this?
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Fri Jul 22, 2016 12:24 pm

patsman wrote:Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?

Yeah I do. Always looks kinda weird up close and his prints seem to have a lot of texture that muddles the details IMO.


His Alpharetta phish doesn't have this issue. Mostly the newer gig posters and art prints like the street or whatever.
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Fri Jul 22, 2016 10:49 pm

partpat wrote:
patsman wrote:Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?
Yeah I do. Always looks kinda weird up close and his prints seem to have a lot of texture that muddles the details IMO. His Alpharetta phish doesn't have this issue. Mostly the newer gig posters and art prints like the street or whatever.
I don't see anything I would call "pixilated and blurry" in The Street print. Peep my pics a few pages back. If anything, it pops with dimension and color. Maybe y'all need to see an eye doctor.
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Sat Jul 23, 2016 12:50 pm

"Maybe y'all need to see an eye doctor."
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Thu Jul 28, 2016 11:38 pm

partpat wrote:
patsman wrote:Anyone else this think his art looks pixilated and blurry?

Yeah I do. Always looks kinda weird up close and his prints seem to have a lot of texture that muddles the details IMO.


His Alpharetta phish doesn't have this issue. Mostly the newer gig posters and art prints like the street or whatever.
I agree with this. Not pixelated and blurry. Just super inky that it almost hides the detail? Idk how to explain it. The GD50 print was the same way. The black ink just hops off the page. It's a good and bad thing IMO.
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