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Got my five packs plus incentive sketch from the Indiegogo campaign.

Looking forward to future sets from Rocket Ink and hoping their first experience has not put them off!



9 card base set, Rich Molinelli,Kelly O'Hara.



Jay Fosgitt, Bruce Gerlach, John Haun.



Incentive jam by Bill Pulkowski and Matt Busch.

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I received my copy of the book and my 6 packs of cards today.
The cards are very nice and sketches I got are all fantastic.
The book also has some great illustrations and it's fun to read
Poe's work again, many for the first time since high school! Smile
Rocket Ink Studios did a great job with this and I hope to see
more projects from them in the future. Here's my sketches:

Scott Rorie, John Boy Marroquin, David Day



Ingrid Hardy, Bruce Gerlach, Bill Pulkovski

Incentive Sketch by Tim Proctor

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Triple-Frog - that John Haun sketch is awesome! And Greg, the Scott Rorie is sweet! Wink

Glad to hear that you received your boxed set and book. I'm also waiting on a boxed set and a book. I know that Bill said on his site that they were holding back card shipments on orders that included the book until it was back from the printers. This gives me hope that I'll see mine in the next few days. Thumb Up

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Originally posted by dcole:
Glad to hear that you received your boxed set and book. I'm also waiting on a boxed set and a book. I know that Bill said on his site that they were holding back card shipments on orders that included the book until it was back from the printers. This gives me hope that I'll see mine in the next few days. Thumb Up


Just had a message to say mine has shipped today. I was waiting on a book too so maybe that was the issue.
 
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Originally posted by dcole:
Glad to hear that you received your boxed set and book. I'm also waiting on a boxed set and a book. I know that Bill said on his site that they were holding back card shipments on orders that included the book until it was back from the printers. This gives me hope that I'll see mine in the next few days. Thumb Up


Just had a message to say mine has shipped today. I was waiting on a book too so maybe that was the issue.

Just got mine today. Unfortunately the book got damaged in transit (back cover is torn) due to shipping in a lightweight bubble mailer and no cardboard backing. But it is still readable. Would have been ticked, though, if I'd shelled out extra to get a sketch on the inside cover.

The good news is that the cards arrived intact and I am pretty happy with the sketches I pulled - and really pleased with the hand-painted Tim Proctor incentive! Clap

I will post pictures once I get them scanned but over-all very happy with the set. Oh, and I got one of the tee-shirts, too. It's very cool! Metal

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Scott Rorie, Unknown (initials appear to be JB), David Day

I think Unknown is John Boy Marroquin.
 
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Scott Rorie, Unknown (initials appear to be JB), David Day

I think Unknown is John Boy Marroquin.


Yep, that's it... Thanks Jeff!

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I bought 5 packs, liked what I got so bought a few more. Got some great sketches.

Poe by Rich Molinelli, Tooth (Berenice) by John Haun, Raven by Ted Woods
Dupin by Ted Woods, Tell Tale Heart by Ashleigh Popplewell


Tim Shay, Tim Shay, Nina Edlund
Ted Woods, Alex Buechel, John Haun
 
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Really neat set and pretty happy with my pulls (sorry that I didn't re-size them before posting):








Kelly O'Hara, Rich Molinelli, Ted Woods, Nina Edlund, Scott Rorie and Tim Proctor

I usually don't get excited about "cute" but I love the Edlund! Also, you can't really tell by the scan but the O'Hara is painted in pearlescent paints. And I love the hand-painted Proctor! This was the box incentive just an awesome card. Metal

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