1) YCD.com Update
2) Higher resolution pictures in the Art Gallery
3) Like to buy the New YouCanDraw.com CD-ROM?
Good day and happy New Year all!
I hope you all had a great Christmas, Kwanzaa, Chanukah, New Year, and
Ramadan!We're gearing up for the 2001 marketing push and in order to do that there was
a lot of updating to be done - months worth. So if you click on either of
the following two links you'll find a grand total of 43 new web pages and
some 40 illustrations (that sounds like more illustrations than there is
since there's duplication between the Archives and the Art Gallery). But
all the past e-zines and communiqué's are there.
You'll find that the pictures in the Art Gallery are of both larger size and
higher resolution - and so are higher in quality. I also broke up the
that were "composites" - ie where there was more than one face per page.
That way if you're without something like Photoshop to break up the pictures
it's already done for you. (Remember you have royalty-free use of the
caricatures - just make sure you stay within the usage agreement outlined
in the Art Gallery.)
So if it's been awhile since you've been to the Insider's Artist Loft,
or you were off line for a few months, there's a goodly new chunk of
information. Here's the links
What else is new?
In the next few days, you'll be receiving the next Caricature, and over the
next several weeks the first of 6-8 new, in-deep-depth caricature analyses
will be posted.
We'll also be experimenting with "Flash" technologies - adding sound to a
few of the lessons. Very exciting! And I think it'll add a new dimension to
Lastly, I received this email earlier today
> Is there a way to download the entire ebook all at once?
and this is how I answered
actually, I just completed a CD-Rom of the whole site - even though I"ll
be adding to it forever -). I did a test with a small group a few
months back - the downloadable version is just too huge to download
without people getting cut off from their servers in mid-download - thus
I've been looking to offer it to members at a reduced price. If you go
to "http//www.youcandraw.com" - it's the new site, and you can see what
the new offer is - I would NOT charge full price for the CD to members
who signed up before the new site went up.
Tell me as honestly as you can what you think would be a fair price for
just the CD? $15, $20, $30, more? Less? Be HONEST -) You won't offend
me. (And if you do, I'll never tell anyone)..."
So if you're interested in purchasing the CD-ROM hard copy, let me know
what you think is a fair price. We'll work something out that's agreeable
Take care, and keep on drawing!