This is TWO sheets of A4 paper folded in half then nested. Please use a thicker quality paper for your work - computer paper is too thin and tears easily in the binding process. Again, at the end of the project I will blog binding instructions. You will need to make 15 copies of your work to post to the other artists participating in the book you are in. A list of names addresses will be put in separate discussions. You will be notified of this.
This looks like an A4 sheet folded once. Is that what you want? It would have 4 pages. 2 sheets would have 8 pages. please advise... too many postings and "discussions" for me to follow what's going on here!
A4 paper is standard size computer paper - 30cm x 21cm. This is folded in half -which yes, gives you 8 sides. How you choose to fill those sides - up to you. Each of your sections form a new chapter in the book. Should you wish to cover the WHOLE area, PART of the area - up to you. The work is YOURS. Is this any clearer? :-) ??
Hello Cheryl and De Villo,
I am not clear either,,, what size is A4? I'm not sure I can get A4 paper. I do not understand what I will be sending and how much for I see bits and pieces of info in different places which adds to my confusion so I will wait to get a compiled email of instructions. I think you are still figuring this out and when you have a clear book concept please let me know - right now it reads like an assembling. Thanks, Ginny
Cheryl, we simply don't do metric for postal and print purposes here in the US.
Hence, the confusion.
Are we allowed the freedom of using standard US sized (as for copy/print papers)? To those of us raring to go, it is a serious stumbling block.
Maybe I'm being fussy, but this is my first chance at working within the parameters you set.
Sorry. Ours measures 8.5 inches by 11 inches even. And no metric conversion that we know of.
Would that fit your criteria?