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here is a heads up that the deadline for Spectrum 15 is this Friday!
That's not much time.
I'm making prints today and mailing them out US Priority mail.
For those of you overseas, try to do it asap.
The Fenners are usually pretty gracious about entries coming in a little late, especially from overseas.
I say it every year, and I'll say it again.
For those who are interested in promoting their artwork and getting jobs in the illustration field,
there is no better way to spend your marketing dollar than by submitting to Spectrum.
I do a lot of different forms of advertising, and consistently, Spectrum is what gets me in touch with new clients the most.
The entry fee is just $20 a piece.
But the great part is, if you get in, they give you a copy of the book for free.
Since the book costs about $35, I'd say that's a pretty sweet deal.
Lots of CA members made it in past years.
Andrew Jones took the cover of #14,
Donato took the cover of #13,
Jason Chan took the back cover of #13,
Duddlebug took a Silver medal in #14,
Daniel Dociu Gold took a medal in #14,
and a lot more I know I'm forgetting.
More info about the book, the competition, the jury, and most importantly entry forms, can be found here:
get your buts in gear and get those prints made and mailed.
Good luck to everyone!
Lately, I print mine at Kinko's.
They have a copier called a Docucolor that's quite good and accepts digital files.
Otherwise, I just print them at home on my Epson.
thanks for the reminder dan.
and now with the first round entries all in for lms, i think alot of us have something to enter.
Does the cd/thumbdrive/memory card get directly put into the copier, have to go through their computers, or do you give it to them to print?
The entry form for Spectrum 15 states that the submitted art "...must have been created or first published between January 1, 2007 and January 1, 2008." So, it's unlikely that most LMS3 round 1 entries would qualify...?
hmmm, good point tatiana.
well there's always next year.