X-Men - Days of Future Past 14 Davies

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Tue Apr 29, 2014 9:16 am

That guy does killer work.
I used to be a collector...now I'm a hoarder.
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Tue Apr 29, 2014 10:04 am

fourthstooge wrote:That guy does killer work.
Definitely. I have his Pacific Rim and Winter Soldier prints on the way.

I just wish he didn't constantly add the fake fold lines to his stuff. I'd have bought a couple more if it weren't for that.
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Tue Apr 29, 2014 10:11 am

Fake fold lines?
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Tue Apr 29, 2014 10:33 pm

chisoxcollector wrote:
fourthstooge wrote:That guy does killer work.
Definitely. I have his Pacific Rim and Winter Soldier prints on the way.

I just wish he didn't constantly add the fake fold lines to his stuff. I'd have bought a couple more if it weren't for that.
What?! When did his Pacific Rim go on sale?

Just checked his site and their sold out. Been waiting for his Pacific Rim to become a print since he first revealed that fan art....
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Tue Apr 29, 2014 11:13 pm

silentbob82 wrote:Fake fold lines?
I wasn't sure what to call them, lol. Take a look at his Captain America to see what I'm talking about:

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I understand why he adds them. I just don't find it visually appealing.
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Tue Apr 29, 2014 11:19 pm

Luminous wrote:
chisoxcollector wrote:
fourthstooge wrote:That guy does killer work.
Definitely. I have his Pacific Rim and Winter Soldier prints on the way.

I just wish he didn't constantly add the fake fold lines to his stuff. I'd have bought a couple more if it weren't for that.
What?! When did his Pacific Rim go on sale?

Just checked his site and their sold out. Been waiting for his Pacific Rim to become a print since he first revealed that fan art....
Aw, now I feel bad. I ordered it two days ago, so I must have gotten the last one. I had been eyeing it for weeks before finally pulling the trigger.
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Tue Apr 29, 2014 11:21 pm

chisoxcollector wrote:
silentbob82 wrote:Fake fold lines?
I wasn't sure what to call them, lol. Take a look at his Captain America to see what I'm talking about:
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couple other examples. gives it an aged look similar to older movie posters which were almost always folded.

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theperfecttree wrote:
chisoxcollector wrote:
silentbob82 wrote:Fake fold lines?
I wasn't sure what to call them, lol. Take a look at his Captain America to see what I'm talking about:
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couple other examples. gives it an aged look similar to older movie posters which were almost always folded.

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Actual fold lines on a vintage poster add character. I'm not sure what fake, two dimensional lines on a brand new print add, lol.
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chisoxcollector wrote:
theperfecttree wrote:
chisoxcollector wrote:
silentbob82 wrote:Fake fold lines?
I wasn't sure what to call them, lol. Take a look at his Captain America to see what I'm talking about:
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couple other examples. gives it an aged look similar to older movie posters which were almost always folded.

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Actual fold lines on a vintage poster add character. I'm not sure what fake, two dimensional lines on a brand new print add, lol.

Yeah that doesn't really add much to a new print
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