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    I've even been debating with myself whether to have them framed or not. That would be very expensive I image to have it done well. But at the same time, the art is just too beautiful to keep tucked away hidden in a slipcase although I fully support that approach as well. I don't know. We have several years I'd guess to kick around all sorts of ideas before it comes to finalization. Maybe even some type of album that could be housed inside of a slipcase so that you could pull it out and thumb through the art like a photo album so to speak. That sounds pretty pricy also but I'd be willing to invest in something like that. Better you than me Brian to tackle that issue

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      Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
      I've even been debating with myself whether to have them framed or not. That would be very expensive I image to have it done well.
      While not "fancy fancy," lots of stores make and sell pre-fab frames. I've purchased some from Michaels that make my Doctor Who prints from Oktopolis look pretty sharp, and some lower priced plastic frames for some other artwork that I have on the walls. You can always rotate which prints you're displaying (this is Carrie season; it's now The Shining Season; etc.)


      Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
      Maybe even some type of album that could be housed inside of a slipcase so that you could pull it out and thumb through the art like a photo album so to speak.
      Now here's an idea that sounds really cool - but like you said, PRICEY.

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        Mine (Carrie art portfolio) arrived last week in mint condition! Love the folder, love the artwork.
        Can't wait for what's coming next in this series.
        Thank you, CD!!

        sk

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          Originally posted by frik51 View Post
          Mine (Carrie art portfolio) arrived last week in mint condition! Love the folder, love the artwork.
          Can't wait for what's coming next in this series.
          Thank you, CD!!

          sk
          Glad it got there safe and sound.
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            Received my Carrie art portfolio (my first art portfolio) and very pleased with the art. While I was a bit disappointed with the folder, seeing what was done for It and The Dark Man, the explanation from Brian makes sense.

            In relation to 'Salem's Lot, will the slip and tray cases match the ones for Carrie? A uniform design for all six books, along with a slipcase for the art work, would look great as a set.

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              Originally posted by drain74 View Post
              Received my Carrie art portfolio (my first art portfolio) and very pleased with the art. While I was a bit disappointed with the folder, seeing what was done for It and The Dark Man, the explanation from Brian makes sense.

              In relation to 'Salem's Lot, will the slip and tray cases match the ones for Carrie? A uniform design for all six books, along with a slipcase for the art work, would look great as a set.
              Uniform designs, not uniform colors. The colors will be picked out to match the books. As important as it is for them to look good as a set, it's still very important that they look good as individual books. They will look great on the shelf next to each other for sure.
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                I like the idea of different colors for the slipcases/traycases for each book. While I think that the red traycase for Carrie is beautiful, I don't know if I'd want the same for all the books. Really looking forward to seeing what is done for the rest of the series.

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                  Since I know a few folks are waiting on their remarqued CARRIE Artwork Portfolios, I thought I'd ask Glenn to scan in a few samples for me to post, so you can see what he's been up to with these. Given the little time left for shipping this month and the pallets of books Dan is trying to get shipped, I suspect the rest of the portfolios won't ship until January even if Glenn finished tomorrow, but I think they'll definitely be worth the wait!

                  Here are a few samples:










                  Brian
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                    Glenn NEVER disappoints!

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                      Wish I could have gotten in on that deal but I must have discovered the site too late .

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                        Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post
                        Glenn NEVER disappoints!
                        Well.....I must say I was disappointed with his Carrie remarque for my AE.
                        Glad it's remarked, but still....

                        Of course I did go for a 'Salem's Lot remarque as well....

                        sk

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                          The remarques for the portfolios look awesome. Makes me wish I could have afforded to get one for mine. Congrats to those who did get one!

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                            A new update (with a new photo!) about 'SALEM'S LOT will be going out today to those who preordered from us!

                            Brian
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                              I'm new to the forum and just learning some of the history with the Doubleday Years series. Apparently the initial plan (not sure if it was official from CD or inferred by readers) was to print a new volume every 6 months, but now a few years on, this hasn't happened. Is there a current plan/schedule, or is it just fit in as CD can, dictated by the full publishing logistical environment etc.?
                              Always looking to rent out a hidden floor above or below an old library, preferably brick or stone with hidden passageways. No pets (except cats).

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                                Originally posted by St. Troy View Post
                                I'm new to the forum and just learning some of the history with the Doubleday Years series. Apparently the initial plan (not sure if it was official from CD or inferred by readers) was to print a new volume every 6 months, but now a few years on, this hasn't happened. Is there a current plan/schedule, or is it just fit in as CD can, dictated by the full publishing logistical environment etc.?
                                'Salem's Lot and The Shining this year, Night Shift and The Stand next year, Pet Sematary after that.

                                Brian
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