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Monthly Archives: July 2011

New websites: care and feeding of

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I’m often asked about support options for websites, and while each contract is different, I don’t just upload a site then forget about it. The new Chris Moore Art site went online a couple of weeks ago but I haven’t stopped working on it. This was a small project for a single client, but the post-launch work will give you an idea of what’s involved in supporting a website.

Chris Moore website – print ordering service

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The new website for commercial illustrator Chris Moore went online a couple of weeks ago, and we’ve added the print ordering service. Limited runs of selected images are now available. Prints are approximately A2 size (420mm x 594mm) and each one is signed, numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Images are printed with light-fast pigment based inks on 315 gsm archive quality paper.

Trick or Treat ebook coming soon

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‘Monsters from the closet, monsters from the back of beyond, and monsters from the fridge!’ I’m working on an ebook of ‘Trick or Treat’ by John Gatehouse and Dave Windett. Strictly speaking, I’m not in the target age range but the pictures of rampaging monsters make me laugh every time.

Never Never Stories now in print

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A while back I worked on the ebook edition of ‘Never Never Stories’ for Jason Sanford, and it’s done so well Spotlight Publishing have picked it up for a print run. More information and offers on special signed editions are available at Jason’s website.

Medium sized dumb object

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Not quite a BDO but it’ll do until one turns up. This image for Jupiter Magazine will appear in single page black & white, but someone might like to see the full colour version.
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