Posted by jazibe on August 5, 2002 at 14:25:26:
I'll make the sign for you, I have corel draw and Photoshop (I coud
use Illustrator at school if you prefer).
email me with the specifics on what you want and lets go from there.
: Hello all. So here's the deal. The sign I have been using outside
: in Ybor City almost got a ticket by the Barrio district police...
: hehe! Well, the environment is like a nightclub district: lots of
: shops, restaurants, etc. The owner of the coffee house where I
: warned me about the sign issue, everything put up outside has to be
: approved by the historical barrio district committee or some shit.
: *shrug* So I've been using this sign for a few months now and they
: finally tell me about it. They say it's cool as long as my sign is
: inside. Well, if I put it up inside the window I sit beside, half
: the words of the sign will be cut off.
: Now, when I went to FastSigns some time before they told me that to
: render some designs I had on paper that it'd cost like $20 an hour
: for their artist to render it. Can you imagine how long it'd take
: for someone to do a simple navneet type thing? I can't even
: imagine. As a result, my sign is mostly words, HENNA BODY ART,
: etc... and a lil' stolen dingbat FastSigns thought would look cool.
: So my question is: can someone help me out by emailing me some
: already rendered designs... like in the Corel Draw program for
: example (FastSigns suggestion, not mine, I don't have a clue). I
: just would like one simplistic hand image.
: I'm kinda freaking out because the Barrio district PoPo said I
: wouldn't be allowed to post my large sign outside anymore, so I'm
: having to put something together really fast that is small and can
: hang inside the window where I work.
: Even the most simplistic work would be better than paying out the
: wazoo for FastSign's artists to render something for me.
: If the work needs to be compensated, I don't mind doing that
: either... if I have to pay some $ I'd rather give it to someone I
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