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Re: Q for ME



Hi Folks!

Wow Mark, cool information!  I love learning about stuff like that.    One
odd thing about some of the Malaysian reprints is that when they only print
one page instead of two, they stretch out the picture to make it fit the
dimensions.  This makes Groo fatter and stuff like that.  How do they do
that?

Mark, did you get my e-mail about the FanBoy art for sale on ebay?

btw, to anyone planning on attending the San Diego Convention.    I am
trying to hook up with folks who wouldn't mind cutting down on the cost of
room accomadations by going in with me.  All I need is a couch to crash on.

Everyone take care, have a good weekend, and stay away from electric
iring.  -Gary G.







-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Evanier <me@evanier.com>
To: groop@groo.com <groop@groo.com>
Date: Friday, July 23, 1999 11:38 AM
Subject: Re: Q for ME


>On Fri, 23 Jul 1999 13:47:25 -0400, Nate Piekos <nate@piekosarts.com>
>wrote:
>
>>Hmm... which brings up an interesting discussion:  If Sergio redrew it,
>>is it not really a reprint, but a remake?  Without even the original art
>>handy, Sergio would have to redraw from memory (and didn't ME say that
they
>>don't do conventional scripts? So they wouldn't even have that...)  Work
in
>>the fact that Sergio would have to immitate his old style of drawing --
>>being an artist, I can say that development of style is equally nature and
>>nurture, and hard to undo... but then again, Sergio is a master of
>>imitation when he needs to be--  (can someone who has both, compare them,
>>or maybe scan the same page from each so we can analyze it?)
>
>ME: We took a copy of the printed story, blew it up and then Sergio
>traced it.
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