Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million
ellenmillion

Being a perfectionist sucks...

Re-doing all the art and fiction pages for the anthology. Didn't like them enough.

Will probably use the same work, as it fits, but the fonts were all icky when I printed them fullsize. Not Good Enough. The article pages were so much cleaner and nicer, I couldn't live with the comparison.

The EMG submissions appear to mostly be working. I think I will want to do some changes to the review page before I go live. Could still use more submissions to test it out on, though. :)

I tell you, making tshirts for Ursula this time around is a WORLD easier. One design, slap it on whatever shirts I've got out. Package, mail. None of this rooting around through 7 boxes to find the exact right shirt, making sure it's the exact right design, with the exact right slogan, in the exact right size.... gah.

Also... I'm an idiot. I mean, no, I'm not, I'm supposedly quite bright, so there's really No Excuse for me. I'd been having fits with these transfers streaking - badly! - and having to babysit every single freaking print, and it didn't occurr to me, in like three years, to try different settings. DUH. So now, I can also print them en mass instead of one by one. Moron.

Off to perfectionize more...
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