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Posted by Maureen on July 15, 2002 at 22:08:48:

In reply to: Henna design board posted by Lorry on July 15, 2002 at 09:56:25:

Hi Lorry,

What sort of specs did they give you regarding the design board.
Sounds like this could be done in a number of ways. You could draw
out your designs in pen and ink...or on the computer if you have the
software and skills...Lay them individually out on a piece of
paper...Have them numbered or named if tht is what they want...Then
have the page blown up into a poster the size they want. You could
do a collage of your designs from photos in some software
applications in full color and then print it out and have it blown up
to poster size as well (based on the dimensions required). The latter
would be quite expensive. Or as you say, you could draw something
out based on their dimensions. The first thing I would want to know
though, would be the purpose of the design board. Is it to contain
all of the designs you will do or just a representation of what you
do at your booth? Arts and crafts stores and some office supply
stores have display boards in various sizes that you could use if you
are going to draw the pics yourself. Another way to go may be to
draw the pics...Have them copied and then scanned to disc at a store
like your local Kinkos (if your computer scanner can't do the job
adequately...Then use them from your computer and you can enlarge
them and make them any size and color you want. You could even put
them on different background paper.

But mainly, I think I would get back to the organizers and sponsors
and find out exactly what this board is to be like and made of and
the purpose to be served by it. They can also tell you about the
other sorts of design boards other people had in previous years.
That will also give you some ideas.

Hope some of this helps.



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