icruise said:Well according to an email I just received, Wattographs doesn't want any of the info they send via their emails to be posted on forums. Needless to say, I have removed the email that I quoted above, but I'm a little taken aback by this. There was never any indication that they expected their emails to be confidential. People post mass emails received from companies on forums all the time.
I have the same thing. However . . . Jay posted on the Wattos boards that there might be another signer. Who is left for this piece?sucho23 said:According to my records we only have two people left to pay (finish it up this month).
On Pg. 85 of John Knoll's 'SW'365 days' book there is a pic of (during Post Prod. for an Insert shot) Dave Carson wearing Jabba's left hand that grabs the lil' treat to eatsucho23 said:.. I was wondering if there are any more living signatures needed on this to truly make it complete?
Well, I'm not sure why we should care about how Wattographs feels about it. Once it's in your hands, you're free to do whatever you like with it. I don't think they go around "decertifying" pieces because somebody added an extra signature or two. That said, it could potentially affect the resale value. Some people might find the extra signatures to be a bonus, while others would prefer that the piece remain how it was when it left Wattographs. But that really depends on the buyer.captsithpark said:Obviously the choice is yours but as far as the piece's approved standing goes (from Watto's POV) I'm not sure how they would feel about adding another name to the piece that they didn't aquire?