THIS DISCUSSION GROUP IS STARTING TO WIND DOWN...
The Rebel ATCers have had an awesome 1st round of Buddy Jams; be it 2 person, 3 person or 4. We have gotten some wonderful results and would love for more members to participate. Please take a look at what has already been posted on the Rebel ATC page.
Everyone has decided that we would like to keep better track of the Jams progress, and to do this we started this discussion group. Also we can have all participants in one general location, so there will be no need for scrolling through lots of posts.
I am going to send a "group" message to all our members. If, in turn, the members could forward that message through their friends' list. That way, we can invite non-members as well. The only drawback to non-members participating is that they personally will not be able to share their posts unless they become a member. :-/
A wonderful multiple jam endeavor started by Fleur Helsingor
William M. was kind enough to put this list together...here are the current participants:PLEASE GO TO THE DISCUSSION SET UP BY WILLIAM IN THIS GROUP TO VIEW THE CURRENT JAMMERS LIST. YOU CAN STILL POST YOUR WORK IN THIS DISCUSSION...THANK EVERYONE...KEEP HAVING FUN!
Judy Staroscik sent along two completed trio jams. They're very different and very cool, too!
Left card: started by Robyn Banks, with a background made from a recycled tea bag. I made some additions and Judy finished it off.
Right card: started by me, with additions by William M and completed by Judy.
well, the bottom is a stamp. the top CZ added and i believe is just an illustration or something. a friend gifted me a small set of gay themed stamps awhile back(i think the stamps are from the late 70s/early 80s) and this is one of them. that sounds like a great tradition robyn! much better than all those drawings of anime characters i see in certain ATC circles(not here thankfully).
oh, and no i didn't make this stamp or the devil head. the devil head i got from leavenworth jackson - one of my favourite stamp companies. i have carved some stamps(erasers) myself, but my carving skills are rather rudimentary so if they are detailed it's safe to say i've probably bought them somewhere. :)