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I like the two shirts that you have made, when I saw them I really wanted to
have one of those.

I don't know when you added the blue banners to the spring and summer but
the look very nice. also the black one in the summer is cool.

you did all these in photoshop right? if you could upload the source files
in .psd I could start to convert them to GIMP. if someone could help in the
conversion that would be helpful.

also for things like the Business cards, Brochure: 3-Fold Pamphlet, CD/DVD
design, Mug design, Paper Bag design, Cap design, I guess the car, and
the T-shirt
design wont we need a flat image for these so that we could print them on
the products that they would be printed on. that way if we actually make
some of these things we could have the image that would be printed on them.
just wondering. again I would really like to have a LibreOffice shirt.


On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:28 AM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Le 2011-09-30 12:14, David Nelson a écrit :

 * when you offer work, there are some people who are not shy of making
opinionated statements even when they never/rarely do any actual
useful work for the project. You don't need to pay too much attention
to them. But do remember that the people who actually use your work
and make the requests for graphics are extremely grateful for your
work, and admire and respect your creativeness and skill.

I find this kind of statement quite counterproductive, especially when the
author of the thread has asked to feedback from the community. While some
individuals may not seem to make any tangible contributions that may seem
useful, their opinions may be of great asset to the project. Contributions
to the project come in all forms and opinions are one of them. This kind of
rhetoric will only discourage participation of our membership in discussions
where opinions are sought. Opinions from all are welcome and valued.

Aleksandar -- As to the new web banners, the marketing teams do need the
original files in order to rework the wording. Thus far we have been using
.svg but if provide us with photoshop files, I am sure we can find other
members on our teams who would be able to transfer/translate these into the
formats that we are used to work with.

And, like all the others on this thread, your graphics are most welcomed
and appreciated. They, as you have suggested, are inspiring. Thanks for the
contributions and I hope to see more of them when you have time.


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