But I'm diggin' it. And man, this thing is a BEAST! I knew it would be big, as a large-format printer, but whoa. Kinda took me by surprise. Mr. Printer is well over 2 feet long, and while doing computer and low-key printwork on the living room floor has served me fine in the past, I must say that a super large desk is lookin' mighty fine right about now. A trip to Target is in my near future, I do believe...
It's amazing though. The prints on the velvet paper are absolutely breathtaking (and try as I might, I just cannot see a dot pattern--how cool is that?).
On the flip side, during all my tweaking with colors and format adjustments, I made a few prints that, while being lovely on their own, just don't quite meet my extremely high standards for sale. Would anyone be interested in a drawing for a free test print? No charge (except $3 for shipping within the US to cover the envelope and postage--I'll send you a Paypal invoice for it). Their faults are quite minor (a little too red in spots, or a bit too orange on one, etc) and I really don't want to throw 'em out (what a waste of lovely velvet paper and ink). And the prints I'll be selling in ye old shop will be anywhere from $15-$35, so you can't go wrong with a free test print. Anywho, let me know if interested and by Friday I'll go ahead and draw a few names from a hat for free printage.
And, before I go do more print tests, here's a couple views at the new red shoes I got today! I'm so excited about these--been eyeing 'em for a month now. A bit pricey, but I rarely splurge over $50 for a pair of shoes, so I figured I was due.Take it easy, folks!