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Re: Coloring Original Art
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From: "Gary Grossmann" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Coloring Original Art
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2000 17:11:40 -0800
I kind of brought this up before, but now I would like to take a pole. I
ran across a guy who purchased about one-quarter of the original art from
the Groo cards, including the 9-card Wager of the Gods art and the 3-Card
Fountain of Youth art. He then had Tom Luth color the art work.
Now to me, hiring Tom to color a piece of unpublished (generic?) original
art purchased from Sergio at a convention makes perfect sense and someday I
hope to do that. But for some reason, coloring the original art-even when
done by Tom-that was used for a card or comic book or something like that,
just seems not right. I can't explain why.
What does everyone else think?
Hey, I just got a call from my comic book shop and they are all excited and
say I have to come down right away and they won't tell me why. So I guess I
better go. Did the new Groo come in this week? I thought it was next week.
Maybe my ornamnet from Diamond finally arrived.
Bye for now and take care -Gary G.
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