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Re: Dinosaur color art books

Of all my dinosaur related books, the custom published copy of Tracy
Ford's book I got through this list years ago holds pride of place in
my collection.  This one will go right alongside it.  Can't wait.

On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 2:53 AM,  <GSP1954@aol.com> wrote:
> Over the years I have wanted to do a coffee table style book featuring my
> color art, but the cost versus sales ratio makes this at best difficult if
> going through the traditional publishing system. The web offers an alternative
> method in which the book is produced and mailed only upon demand by a
> purchaser, so I am trying this experiment. Robert Telleria has produced two 
> such
> books via Blurb. The contents are similar in that they include the same
> works. They differ in that one is large format and includes both the latest 
> and
> when pertinent the old version of the art, the other is smaller and lower in
> cost, and due to limitations of the system does not include the old
> versions. A number of recent pieces are included. The text, which is specific 
> to
> the illustrations, includes some discussion of the science and thinking behind
> each color.
> Deluxe Edition
> www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1429219
> Standard Edition
> www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1429123
> GSPaul</HTML>