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Here is the image from makeitmissoula



I think that is a really cool image. But, of course, that's for the stuff I do there. I need a different one for my podcast/blog stuff. I think another collage-ish thing would be excellent.

I remember talking to an artist about an idea with "where's waldo" where you would see a hundred people doing little permaculture things and you would try to find the one big guy in overalls with a beard. That sounded even better, but that also sounded like something that would take dozens of hours of redrawing and ideas and stuff.



 
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What y'all think?

 
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Daniel! That is excellent! And there's even the M!

 
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Daniel VanTassell wrote:What y'all think?



Hi Daniel, that looks great - is their any chance you have it in a slightly wider version? The ideal width is 940 pixels. It works in its current state, it just gets slightly pixelated when uploaded.
 
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Kane Jamison wrote:
Hi Daniel, that looks great - is their any chance you have it in a slightly wider version? The ideal width is 940 pixels. It works in its current state, it just gets slightly pixelated when uploaded.



Hey Kane! Interesting little error. The image is exactly 940 x 198 pixels, with a native resolution of 72ppi. Do You still want a wider version? It's easy to do, but I am unsure if it will fix the issue.
 
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paul wheaton wrote:Daniel! That is excellent! And there's even the M!



So glad You like it, Paul. I really enjoy piece, and enjoyed the process.
 
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Daniel VanTassell wrote:

Kane Jamison wrote:
Hi Daniel, that looks great - is their any chance you have it in a slightly wider version? The ideal width is 940 pixels. It works in its current state, it just gets slightly pixelated when uploaded.



Hey Kane! Interesting little error. The image is exactly 940 x 198 pixels, with a native resolution of 72ppi. Do You still want a wider version? It's easy to do, but I am unsure if it will fix the issue.



Hi Daniel, it's loading on my screen at 798px × 168px, so if you have a 940x198 version please email it to me at kanejamison (a t ) gmail (dot) com and I will upload it. Thanks!
 
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Kane Jamison wrote:Hi Daniel, it's loading on my screen at 798px × 168px, so if you have a 940x198 version please email it to me at kanejamison (a t ) gmail (dot) com and I will upload it. Thanks!



AHA! It's Photobucket that downsized the image. Sneaky, sneaky. . .

. . . Now, the image is in Your inbox. Thanks, Kane!
 
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Alrighty. Here is a sharper image, which in my opinion, looks much better. What do You think, Paul?

EDIT: I know it's hard to tell with the smaller resolution, but with the full size version, there is a difference.

 
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Behind every great man...
 
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You can upload images directly here - you don't need photobucket.
 
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looks great i think.... almost Hobbit ish
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on 2nd thought (look) i noticed it doesn't mention permaculture

the blog is on permaculture not on PAUL Wheaton

just an observation (don't shoot the messenger)
 
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here is the concept I've been tinkering with I thought it would work as the cover art for the postcast as it appears in itunes
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Peter, the "edge pattern" is fantastic.
 
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some pics taken by krista - the pro

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Here is me when I presented in LA with Carter Wallace (the NPR guy that interviewed me) and Rishi Kumar (the event MC):





Me and Jocelyn:





With a few buds at a sepp holzer event:




And here is a picture of Christy Nieto, Jocelyn and I



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Here are some more pictures of Paul I found:

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Paul and Allan Savory
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Paul and Christopher Borton
 
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