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Eric Ladd
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Posted: 19 April 2022 at 8:16am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Since July 3, 2019. Page 12 of this thread. And the mock up moratorium is just on Elsewhen cover mock ups. 
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Posted: 19 April 2022 at 10:23am | IP Logged | 2 post reply

Right; three years ago a mod asked for no covers, I see that.

But as stated, the photoshop fan fiction specifically has numerous Elsewhen mockups, which were posted in response to a comment of surprise that there weren't more Elsewhen covers posted there. And there were no objections from any mods.

Maybe they just missed them all, but there is more than a hint of suggestion that it was all deemed as ok.

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Posted: 19 April 2022 at 10:31am | IP Logged | 3 post reply

That said, putting marvel.com and JB's sig and so on does seem pretty egregious and thinking on it, I can see why there shouldn't be covers in this thread at all: this is a thread for inking JB's Elsewhen pages. Since JB doesn't do covers, it follows this shouldn't be the right thread for covers to appear.

Could the mods please clarify if there is a complete moratorium on Elsewhen covers appearing in any thread?
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Hello friends. This was my first post on JBF and I didn't expect it to generate 'controversy', lol. Can anyone help me how do I delete the post? Grateful. Hugs.
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Posted: 20 April 2022 at 8:34am | IP Logged | 5 post reply

Inks on pencils from page 12, X-Men Elsewhen #1.
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Posted: 20 April 2022 at 11:14am | IP Logged | 6 post reply

Nice work, Carlos -- and good to have you here! Welcome and thanks for contributing.
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Carlos, there is a great deal of tribal knowledge at the JBF. I wouldn’t call your first post controversial, but rather an honest mistake. There isn’t really a way you would have known. Anyway, one other bit of info you should be aware of is signing JB’s signature to your work. Don’t do it. Pencil scans are available, but there isn’t a collaborative effort between you and JB, so don’t sign for him. If you want to credit him I would suggest a line at the bottom indicating he is the penciler. I’m not out to get you, I promise. Just noticing some things that you want to be aware of when posting your inks here. Looking forward to seeing more of your stuff. 
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Thanks, Peter! It's great to be here!
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Thanks for the tips, Eric! More good things to come, for sure! Wait!
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I finally purchased an 11x17 printer/scanner. No more splicing and re-sizing the pieces back together! I'm fairly happy with how this one turned out. Of course, I always see a few things that I could tweak but I'm learning with each page and getting used to using different tools.
This is from issue 26 page 15
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Nice work, Paul. You've definitely got your own style.
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Thanks, Peter! I'm finishing up a little experiment related to this piece. Will post soon!
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