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Still need art for the Horde of Corpses game! If you have no idea what I'm going on about, read here:

Basically I need people who can't draw for shit to send me scanned pencil or pen & ink artwork depicting scenes or characters from a run-of-the-mill zombie film. Think - 'Shit I would have doodled on my character sheet when I was 12' and you're in the zone. Also, thanks to those who already sent me stuff!

Here are some samples - this is the kind of stuff I'm looking for. The more it looks like you were convinced of your own genius and yet failed miserably, the better.
Emily “Syreene” Vitori's profile photoStacey Chancellor's profile photoAlex Mayo's profile photoRobert Bohl's profile photo
This sounds like something I would be capable of.
Awesome, Bret - let me know if you come up with something!
Oh, shit, Ryan - that's awesome...and fast!
Sounds like fun! Maybe I can doodle something in my sketchbook on the busride home today, lol.
That would be awesome, Emily - I'd love to have something of yours to grace my terribad game!
Thanks. I hope it's not too good. ;-)
Goodness knows I'm in enough meetings that cause me to doodle anyway... might as well put the time to good use. ;)
+Ryan Shelton It was perfectly crappy - just what I wanted!

+Emily Vitori Oh god - I remember meetings. It's one of the reasons I left corporate life :( So many horror stories.
I was once kicked out of a meeting by the Director of Marketing who got pissed because I demanded honesty in blind e-mail campaign. "Hey Mayo, why don't you go see what they're serving for lunch downstairs," was more or less what he told me.
Ugh... Marketing... thankfully I just work in a claims department so I'm able to retain at least some of my soul, lol.
Well, I was actually part of a software company Art department which was subservient to the whims of Marketing. Makes me shudder thinking about it.
+Stacey Chancellor - Oh without a doubt... still pays the bills, though... which is more than I could say for my teaching job, unfortunately.

Marketing and Sales, though... there's a special circle of Hell dedicated to people good at that, lol.
Unfortunately, insurance is like an umbrella: it's better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.
I always kept mine on me when I worked for insurance, but I had a decoy available in case somone came for it.
I was thinking about this last night and thought it might be good to set a deadline of sorts - so at least I'll have an idea as to when I can really buckle down and start dropping in artwork. How about Tax Day - 4/15? That's a good two months or so.
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