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YEE! Last day to vote for Isengard University at @threadless!(Not sure what it needs to get to be printed…)
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Six days left to vote on my Isengard University shirt over at Threadless:
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Isengard University: Home of the Fighting Uruk-Hai!

An idea I got yesterday while watching Lord of the Rings for probably the dozenth time. I know it’s about ten years too late, but still.
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Makes sense that Rohan should have a champion polo team. I was thinking of doing a White Council Lacrosse League design, and a shirt for the Hobbiton Ring Bearers. Not sure what Minas Tirith/Morgul or Bree would have... I could imagine the dwarves probably have a great bowling league...
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@ +Chris Howard : you got it, that's what Qbert would've said. Erkel glasses too, agreed.
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I just commented on a discussion here about art piracy and torrenting, and I wanted to share it here as well to get some feedback. To begin with you have to know that the digital pirate's motto is 'Information wants to be free', it's the default argument that seems to come up most often when digital pirates are pressed to justify their actions in repackaging other people's creative work for others. Artists, understandably, take issue with this when our livelihood is at stake, and our ability to capitalize on our work is undercut by people with no stake in it giving our work away for free. The topic of the discussion was how to get artists and pirates to even begin to be able to discuss the problem and find solutions. My comment was this:

"I think that the most important part of bridging any sort of gap between avowed pirates and creatives, is going to be a clarification of the word 'Information' in the motto 'information wants to be free'. I completely agree 100% with that motto - information, news, facts, data; these are things that should require no interpreter, no gatekeeper or middleman. If something is a fact, it is a fact for everyone, and therefore belongs to everyone by its very nature. It should be freely accessible and available in any and all formats at any time to anybody.

Art, music, movies, novels, media; these things require interpretation, they require an artist to take the initial idea, translate it through their art into a palpable, digestible work. These things are not 'information', they need to be created by someone, and that someone should be compensated for the time, energy, and work required to translate that idea for the audience.

Until pirates can understand that distinction between intrinsic information and created entertainment, there will never be a table big enough for this discussion."
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+Indigo Kelleigh You beat me to the punch. In essence what I was about to say!
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Seven Little Monsters, a Halloween Minicomic
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That is awesome.
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5 more days to vote on my Isengard University shirt at Threadless!
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A small piece of a magazine cover I finished coloring today.
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Y'know? All this. Right there. I stand up and say it, with no irony or apology. I am not a Democrat. But with the universe as my witness, I AM a liberal.

My party's policy is compassion, empathy, and common sense for the common good - not just for me-and-mine, but the continuing world.
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Wow.. This dude is a dead-rigger for Kevin Butler: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/3/3e/Kevin_Butler.jpg
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Now my Seven Little Monsters mini can be yours for the ridiculously low price of 50¢+shipping!
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So, I'm looking to sell a lot of my older graphic novels. The ones I've read and enjoyed enough to keep for 5+ years, but not enough to sit down and reread, or ones that I bought with the intention of reading, but they never made it to the top of my reading stack. Problem is, I'm not sure the best way to get a fair price for them. I could ebay them, but I'm not sure I'd get a good price, and would spend more time shipping them out, assuming they even sold. I could drop them off at Powell's, but I know I'd only be getting about 10% of what they're worth. What to do? Looking for ideas or recommendations.
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I find used graphic novels have a regular market price of roughly 1/2 their retail price. This is modified by the availability of the graphic novels on the current market, as well as the item's demand itself.

If you happen to live in Vancouver BC or close by, I could probably help find interested customers for you.
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