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Old 08-12-2009, 01:22 AM   #42
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Originally Posted by Kel Nuttall
Why is it incredible that someone know their job??


At the indie level "editors" scarcely exist and the writers who are scrambling to supervise everything don't know what's what. They need to learn as well. But Ultimately if you're an artist drawing a standard comic for print you need to know this stuff so your work comes out right.


I'm not even going to respond to the rest of this drivel. I now remember why I seldom respond top your posts...
Do you thing that an artist will dare of jeopardize his work upon a
files resizing? Please, give me a break.
What the artist does, is to send the artwork in the format and size that is requested by the project leader.
Also the artist is up to do every other adjustment that could be requested.

Doesn't ever crossed for your mind that is up to the project leader the idea
of letting the resizing of the pages as part of the letterer job?
The last thing to do before sending the work for printing?
Resizing, which, BTW is a very simple thing to do.
Just a setting of actions in Photoshop.

But, if resizing a file is a big deal to you, next time you can reject
to do a work that doesn’t came in the proper size to you.
In the same way that an artist could reject to work in a script that he
consider is not proper for him to do.
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