based on your design here is a jpg of the badge (50mod) It can have a dark border added around the lettering, but I tend to avoid that as you are then dealingMessage 1 of 40 , Mar 3, 2008View Sourcebased on your design here is a jpg of the badge (50mod) It can have a
dark border added around the lettering, but I tend to avoid that as
you are then dealing with print quality issues of the fine details.
also when reuduced to a single color for print medium the border
> Ok - here goes:
> Green with gold lettering, including AT LEAST a '50' (or ethnic
> equivalent) with a candle (representing the Arts and Sciences) inside
> the '0' of the '50' (or next to it, for ethnic representations of the
> numeric value). If folks want to add stars, or completion tokens,
> the letters 'A&S', or symbols of what they are working on, fine, but
> the '50' with the candle in the '0', worked in gold, on a green
> ground, must predominate. It can be worked in any medium, as long as
> it follows these guidelines.
> That way folks can decide for themselves what, if any, additions they
> wish to make to the base image, and can present it in whatver way
> they desire. We don't all need to like each other's choices, but at
> least we should be able to recognize each other, and also each do our
> own thing. (The Challenge itself has so few rules - why should our
> badge have more?)
> Good to go?
> --- In AandS50ChallengeCommunity@yahoogroups.com, Christine Vogel
> <ckvogel_23456@> wrote:
> > Wow, I didn't realize what I was starting when I mentioned doing a
> Challenge Badge. It must have been on alot of people's minds.
> > Consensus would be good, but poor Albreda, I think you have the
> defining say. The e-mails are already focusing on green ground with
> the emblem of the candle and some version of "50". Since the goal is
> really the doing, not the "done" I don't think it's appropriate to
> add to the badge for projects completed. A person who never finishes
> their 50 items could still learn as much in the planning as someone
> who accomplishes their 50 things.
> > Why don't we decide (or Albreda chooses) a basic badge and allow
> one specific modification for people who can't resist personalizing.
> Maybe the addition of a charge in chief (I say butchering herald-
> > Someone else mentioned doing drawings and I like that thought.
> With KASF tomorrow, I don't know when I'll get them drawn but I'll
> try to post my ideas so everyone can see them. It might be fun to
> see how others "see" the badge so feel free to add to the post.
> > My Two Cents - Christine of Marinus
> > P.S.: I like the idea of having the "A" & "S" on the badge.
> > Albreda Aylese <AlbredaA@> wrote:
> > Eh, I'm more into concensus, than voting per se.... Does anyone
> > the idea below?
> > If folks want to add stars or symbols of what they are specifically
> > working on, I'd think that would be fine. Given that, did we really
> > have any other points of contention???
> > Albreda
> > ---------------------------------
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... one ... Mine was NOT short! It simply had a lovely real gold leaf flame! Hmph! ;) (It is actually my first use of real gold leaf in anything other thanMessage 40 of 40 , Mar 3, 2008View Source--- In AandS50ChallengeCommunity@yahoogroups.com, "Brett Chandler-
Finch" <goldweard@...> wrote:
> I'll have to check through my fonts for a non italic one. I can
> raise the height of the candle no problem. I just put in a short
> because your drawing had it short.Mine was NOT short! It simply had a lovely real gold leaf flame!
Hmph! ;) (It is actually my first use of real gold leaf in anything
other than a class sample, so it expands upon one of my Challenge
tasks - wahoo!)
and you say oddly demonic like
> it's a bad thing.Yeah, I get called evil enough already... >;)
I'll post the changes
>Thank you for humoring me, Goldweard!