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Old 03-06-2008, 07:32 PM
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A self-promo piece for springtime...

My 4x6" post cards came in. It's kinda hard to see but there's a spot varnish over just the truck...

I'm really happy with them. Once again overnightprints.com comes through! I've probably done 20 jobs or so with them and each one is just as good as the next. If you need a quickie, inexpensive online printer I'd highly recommend them.

I ordered 1000 of these and I've got a long list of people to mail to. Hopefully it'll net me some work. If any of you artists are looking to promote yourself, I'd highly recommend a post card as a fairly inexpensive option to get your name out there to potential clients.

If anyone would like me to mail them a sample, just shoot me a PM with your address.

P.S. I'm in now way affiliated with or endorsed by overnight prints. I'm just routinely happy with their service!

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