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Old 08-12-2009, 11:27 AM   #45
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Originally Posted by ljamal
He's an artist.
Thanks Ljamal. And a writer as well.
A creative, if you allow me.

And, for the record, I never had problem about the size in of the
Artwork I’ve sent.
Always I ask previously in what size and format the work should be sent.
And always I will be open for doing reasonable adjustments and corrections
of the work I am producing.

And except in a couple of occasions, when I was asked to send the work
at 6.875 x 10.4375 size and that happened when I was sending my inked artwork.
In other different occasions I was told to do not so.
And to do that in a different ratio and format.
That was a request BY the project leaders.

Also, I have the Actions settled in my PhotoShop.
And for once, when sending my
Pencils at 6.875 x 10.4375 I was told to resent these pages in a different
size by the project manager because “that size” was very small for them.

I was trying to refer all of the above not including myself as
the starring of these facts, but by doing a brief of my experiences along
with some from fellow colleagues with whom I share ideas
And experiences throughout the years.

But apparently, for some people in here, it is very difficult to
understand things that are very simple, that happen every day
And are obvious for everybody.

They instead, like to twist everything what they are reading and blaming to everybody,
Everybody, except their project leader, (whomever he is) when receiving a work which came in a wrong format,

Instead of calling immediately their project manager.
And requesting the correction of the previous wrongdoing before to start working.
Or merely rejecting the project.
Or charging extra for doing the needed adjustments.

They rather like to blame everybody, pencilers, inkers and colorists.
Accusing all of them of negligence and non-professionalism.

Not one is doing their job right, except them.
How do you call this?
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