Art Cards & New Projects
I’ll be mailing out the art cards soon… but there is one final decision to be made.
I’ve looked at various treatments for producing the thing. Fine art papers (wrong texture, needed to be smoother), highest quality photo papers (very nice print, but still like a photo and quite thin), and lastly actual postcard printing (haven’t seen the sample, but I imagine the print quality is less fine, but it’s a nice card that you can put up somewhere.)
It’s a toss-up between the photo print or the postcard print, so I’m really calling for all you First Aid owners to suggest what you’d like! Either way, I’m going to submit it for printing next week, so if you have a strong opinion, chime in now!
I personally feel, even though I haven’t seen the postcard sample, that the lower dpi won’t matter that much, I’m assured the colour balance should be identical, though.
So, would you rather a super sharp but photo-like print, or a physical postcard, sturdy but less detailed? Answers on a … er … comment down below!
Have you moved house recently, First Aid Edition owner?
As per the title, and if you’re a proud owner of 1 of 200 ‘LONE SURVIVOR – First Aid Editions’ ever made, have you moved house recently? I’ll be needing your new address, then, to mail this lovely card! Please write to:support (at) lonesurvivor.co.uk
… making sure to use the subject line “First Aid Move” or something pretty obvious so I can tell it’s not an update request etc, including your new address.
Thankyou all for supporting the game when it first launched, it’s been an unbelievable few months since then! Thanks also to those who’ve recently got it through the Steam and HIB sales, and welcome to the world of LONE SURVIVOR.
In other news…
I’ve been working on this for a while, but just recently decided to abandon it, for no other reason other than it didn’t get me super excited. I may return to it and add what I planned to, and it may become something exciting because of that, just not right now.
So I started working on this – although it’s nothing more than a few bits of art and some vague ideas at present. For some reason, and maybe it’s just the the UK summer finally decided to show its face, a couple of months late, that I really want to explore some nostalgic Blue Sky™ right now!
Who knows where it will take me…