Monday, December 14, 2009

Robot xmas card


Finished my christmas card. (now to get them printed & mailed out.
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5 comments:

GhettoFab said...

hahah these put a smile on my face!

Thanks :)

Cardboard Paper - The Comic said...

Are you going with a local printer, or an online supplier?

What makes this picture for me is how baggy the briefs are on his scrawny legs.

drono said...

Thank you!
I went with a local printer. I bought some business cards from overnight prints recently & they were total shit so I think I'm going to stick with local.
Do you know a good online shop?

Cardboard Paper - The Comic said...

'Good' is a relative term; it all depends on what you're looking for. I've done some professional design work and clients' expectations are varied. When things like a stock's texture aren't important to a client -- or if that client prefers everything to be glossy or aqueous -- there are a few good ones out there. Check out Print Direct For Less (printdirectforless.com) when you get a chance.

I'm gonna guess you're like me though...if that's the case, you're better off sticking with local printers. Some online suppliers do send out free samples of their paper (like PDFL mentioned above) but I have yet to find one with a decent variety AND a decent price. It's usually one or the other.

GhettoFab said...

By the way Happy HOlidays and thanks for all the inspiration and support! Cant wait to see what you bring in the new year!