- Feb 2, 2002
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By popular demand, here is a sticky post so anyone can show us a little bit on how the art collection is being displayed.
This is one of my favorite prints. When I finally tracked it down, my wife framed it for me as an anniversary present. I will have to get pic's of mine up as well.xopolos said:Great prints smiles
Here's 2 of mine...more to come
They are ceilng hooks for plants, and picture wire. The type of frame I use are metal, and the hooks on the frame are adjustable.DarthInwah said:Coz, what is the hardware that your are using to hang the CIV Dorman and Hildebrandt?
Not worried about the hooks. The ceiling hooks have toggles so not really any chance of them comming out.SSIntimidator said:Coz, any chance we can get a close up of the Vader print above your TV?
Interesting way to display those two, hanging like that, very cool idea. Are you worried it might pull the hook over time?
OH yeah...from the Overkill comic! I should have known that. I definitely need to track one these down. Thanks.DarthInwah said:Hope you don't mind me chiming in....xopolos said:
AH! the signature Adam Hughes!
I love this guys work!
I met Peter Ferk at the Acme booth at Comic Con. He did the Boba sketch on a piece of paper with the Sandtrooper already printed on it. It's the same size as a key.SSIntimidator said:Good Lord man you have a lot of prints!
Thanks for the close up on the Vader.
Question. What is the Ferk piece you have, with the Sandy and Boba sketch? The Padme print is nice, who did that? And final question, where were the Bomber and B-wing cross sections from?
That Padme by Terese Nielsen was a CIV print and was issued in 3 sizes.SSIntimidator said:Thanks, I really like that Padme a lot. Have you happened upon that on the web anywhere? I looked on his site and there's not much in the way of for sale items.
You're gonna need your own art gallery here to get all that stuff up!