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Re: [comic_books] TRDL Tribute Art - P8tch Nerd Girl Commission

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  • ComicArtCommunity.com
    Neat stuff as always Thom! T On 12/14/09 4:13 PM, TRDL - Thom
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 14, 2009
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      Neat stuff as always Thom!
      T

      On 12/14/09 4:13 PM, "TRDL - Thom" <wrongrobot@...>
      wrote:

      >
      >
      > This commission was prepared for John Young, proprietor of the innovative
      > P8tch concept. These are great, and maye have seen our posts about the product
      > on the R3 Forum or on wrongrobot.com previously. Young creates square bar code
      > patterns [ QR Codes] unique for each buyer, which are woven onto wickedly cool
      > patches which you can sew onto your jacket, bag, etc... another suitably geeky
      > cohort who sees the patch and recognizes the code can whip out a barcode
      > scanner on a portable device, scan the code, and receive data (a website, a
      > coupon, a media file, whatever) so it's hard to get MORE obscure and geeky
      > than this. I mean, I think it outgeeks even THINKGEEKs products. Anyway, Young
      > has the 'commando nerd' concept as his mascot, originally designed as a guy in
      > functional field fatigues with equipment, his patch, and glasses, etc. I had
      > free reign on this commission, so I drew today's geek, which happens, thanks
      > to geekdom being embraced by the cool crowd, to be a hot toddie!
      >
      > You can get your own patches here:
      > http://www.p8tch.com/
      >
      > You can see this illustration here on the R3 Forum:
      > http://www.thirdraildesignlab.com/vtrdltr_p8tch.html
      > Or here, on the TRDL blog:
      > http://www.thirdraildesignlab.com/blog/2008/10/21/trdl-tribute-p8tch-cammando-
      > nerd/
      > A choice for everyone!
      >
    • TRDL - Thom
      Thanks man! It s not often that I get to draw regular people. Regular meaning awesome, just not costumed...! On Dec 14, 2009, at 15:17, ComicArtCommunity.com
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 25, 2009
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        Thanks man!
        It's not often that I get to draw regular people. Regular meaning awesome, just not costumed...!

        On Dec 14, 2009, at 15:17, "ComicArtCommunity.com" <terry@...> wrote:

         

        Neat stuff as always Thom!
        T

        On 12/14/09 4:13 PM, "TRDL - Thom" <wrongrobot@thirdrai ldesignlab. com>
        wrote:

        >
        >
        > This commission was prepared for John Young, proprietor of the innovative
        > P8tch concept. These are great, and maye have seen our posts about the product
        > on the R3 Forum or on wrongrobot.com previously. Young creates square bar code
        > patterns [ QR Codes] unique for each buyer, which are woven onto wickedly cool
        > patches which you can sew onto your jacket, bag, etc... another suitably geeky
        > cohort who sees the patch and recognizes the code can whip out a barcode
        > scanner on a portable device, scan the code, and receive data (a website, a
        > coupon, a media file, whatever) so it's hard to get MORE obscure and geeky
        > than this. I mean, I think it outgeeks even THINKGEEKs products. Anyway, Young
        > has the 'commando nerd' concept as his mascot, originally designed as a guy in
        > functional field fatigues with equipment, his patch, and glasses, etc. I had
        > free reign on this commission, so I drew today's geek, which happens, thanks
        > to geekdom being embraced by the cool crowd, to be a hot toddie!
        >
        > You can get your own patches here:
        > http://www.p8tch. com/
        >
        > You can see this illustration here on the R3 Forum:
        > http://www.thirdrai ldesignlab. com/vtrdltr_ p8tch.html
        > Or here, on the TRDL blog:
        > http://www.thirdrai ldesignlab. com/blog/ 2008/10/21/ trdl-tribute- p8tch-cammando-
        > nerd/
        > A choice for everyone!
        >

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