Originally posted by Tommy C: The promos were packed in bubble wrap and then put in a thin, flimsy envelope. No cardboard, no toploaders, nothing to keep them from getting bent
Having paid $ 2.50 per promo, or whatever it was, I expected a little more
In all honesty I think he is mostly concerned with the art aspect and this whole posting stuff out isn't something he thought a lot about. He really isnt dealing with that side of things much. If I have any promos left after the show I will replace the damaged ones with them for you guys if I can.
Sorry to hear that Tommy C, I receive my two yesterday and they arrived fine and yes they were mailed the same way. On another note, BOO was nice enough to sign one of the cards for me per my request. Thanks BOO.
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I want to let everyone know i really enjoy and respect reading peoples feedback. I've worked on penty of Sketchcard sets as an artist, but this is the first set i have produced (I'ts produced by both me and Marty)
because of this I WANT your feedback, i want to know how you want sets to be deliverd to you, what you want in them, what other companys have done that you liked and hated because i respect your oppinions and i want to make things as good as possible.
Of course i carnt do everything and please everyone, but it could be my ideas are spot on, or i'm living on another planet and you ideas will change the way i see things.
So let me know guys, The Christmas Set is still being finished so i have time to tweak things and the main set isnt untill Spring