Well done Brett!
Guys the boards quality is very good!!!(imho)
Just wanted to let you know that the Eon website www.eonprod.com has a new look with some pretty neat new features.
One of our new features is the forum. The forum is where we'll house all of our Ready-To-Ink downloads from now on. Hopefully, this will allow us to keep a regular update on the material. Also, we're always looking for solid new material.
Also, we've changed the way we sell, price, and package boards. Hopefully you guys will approve. Feel free to go check out the new site and drop me a line to tell me what you think. Oh...and if you feel so inclined to do so...browse around the News & Announcements forums for some pretty sweet news.
Nice, I just bought a bunch from ya.
Paul Maybury overload.
I'm Paul Maybury!
Nice redesign. You need to fix your front page though. Right now your link images have a border on them. You want to change that to "0", and then the page should go together properly. Right now it looks like a slightly disjointed puzzle. Other than that, it looks great, and that's just a minor fix.
EDIT: Actually it appears to be happening on all your pages that use sliced images. Im on IE 7.
The link to the previews don't work. Nice look Brett. Hey brett how about Cover boards as a pack. Since I only mostly do pinups a simple framed board like what Marvel has would be nice. Oh and Brett Here's an Idea that may set you apart from others. How about a full size double splash board? Maybe even a triptych. Butting boards together may be economical but it sucks when the nib skips over that edge and leaves a nice pool of ink in the seam. You could even have the center perforated so it can be folded after it's been used. Just an idea.
To the disjointed slices problem. Haven't had a chance to correct that yet, because I haven't seen it yet. I'll try to fix it tomorrow.
Paul M....Thanks, buddy!
airburshartist: I actually have thought about full size double paage spread boards...the only problem is finding a printer that can cost effectively produce a print that is 17x22. Then I have to be able to ship it in a way that is cost effective and also reliable enough so that a sheet (or sheets) of that size don't get bent in the shipping process. I'll look into again though. It's been a while. Cover boards? Doesn't Mavel's cover board use black ink fr the border?
Thanks to all who replied and gave me feedback. The links that aren't working yet will soon.
I believe they do use a black Border. I like those boards but Ran out many moons ago. Oh by the way this is Justice41/Roy. My old nick has issues and until it's fixed this is my nick.
If you do find a way to do the double page thing sell them in packs of 4 or 5 this way it's still a low weight for shipping.
Oh and Brett you really need to produce some sketch cards of varying sizes. I just did that Cancer society Auction for Blueline and the paper they use for their boards and the cards sucked badly. I'm almost finished with the two packs I got from you awhile back. I'll soon be ordering some new stuff.
I keep the cut waste from the printing process. I have a bunch of cards that are about 4x6 but they are blank. I'll be glad to include some for anyone with an order. Just ask. I need to get rid of them.
Hey guys...I think I corrected the problems on the redesign. Anybody mind going and checking out the site to let me know if there are still anymore problems I need to know about?
oh...and Also, I'm getting some pricing on producing that single sheet double page spread you were asking about, Justice.
Can you tell us a bit about the site Brett. Is it free for anyone to post their work on? For example you have a cracking piece that has been penciled by Jim Lee on there at the moment in the Ready-To-Ink Catalog. Is the idea that Ink artists such as myself can go onto the site and use these pieces for practice etc...?