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Current Residence: wetdryvac.net
deviantWEAR sizing preference: medium or larger
Print preference: Foot, matte, original rez
Favourite genre of music: Whatever the hell it is Zappa did
Favourite photographer: Lois Greenfield
Favourite style of art: Futurist, Watercolor Inversions
Operating System: Windows Server 2000, XP Pro, OSX, Three Flavors of Linux, C64, Cat brains
MP3 player of choice: Media Monkey.
Shell of choice: Walnut, almond, or gravy, but not pudding
Wallpaper of choice: Actually, I prefer paint
Skin of choice: The one I'm wearing
Favourite cartoon character: Kineda
Personal Quote: Never flash evaporate a kitten
Sometimes, between migraine and general brain-of-mess, I assign myself a project so I'll stay saner. This time it's, "Create high end prints from public domain USGS data, with a focus on the old stuff." So, if you fancy a print or summat of a place you're fond of - a city, a quadrangle, a state - made from old USGS map data, now is the time to yell.
Name your place, name your date range, and if you're willing make an offer to pay for the work, and tell me if you'd like it done up traditional or silly - I'll do my best. Then you can nab it and hang it on your wall if that's your thing. Priority to the folks who might make work-cost offers and print buyers, but I'll give a shot at folks who just want to see stuff too, and post results here if I have time and spoons. The time I put in on this map alone was in the $300 range, but you're welcome to offer less - or more, if you want. Yep, I'll go completely crazy-inventive if you break $300 and want to bring the madness.
Heck, even if you pay me less and I've got the spoons for it, I'll add things to maps: A target designator and text, "Dragons successfully located," Or, "You are here," Etc. Name your silly poison.
Yep, the Shakespeare play as poster thing didn't come out to my liking, so I'm going back to my own personal favorites - maps and antiquities. Example Prints are linked from the photos, as well as below:
Original - Straight Conversion: www.redbubble.com/people/wetdr…
Corrected - Color corrected for paper damage/discoloration: www.redbubble.com/people/wetdr…
Fun - Inverted and slightly recolored because I love inversions: www.redbubble.com/people/wetdr…
Note that the links take you to example posters which can be big and inexpensive. You'll have to select your product on the page to get the significantly more expensive high end prints if that's what you desire.