These are two versions of my business card. The title font is the same but the body text is different. Some of you mentioned that the font is the same as Diane’s font. I tried a whole bunch of other fonts. These are the only two I felt represented me. On the font like Diane’s (Gill Sans) I made the font size bigger. You can see the smaller size in the last post. I’m really curious to know your responses to the different fonts.
My buddy, J.C. wanted to make sure we printed these out to see how they look. The version one looked more in my face than I’m comfortable with – I just wanted to share that with you.
Then there are two more versions of my business card with different sizes of the photographs. Including the first two business cards there are actually three different sizes of the photographs. If version four is the one you or the one we choose – whoever chooses these things anyway…….if version four is it then the images can be slightly widened. Thank you for helping me everybody – I’m overwhelmed because I’m physically in a lot of arthritic pain because I can’t take my anti-inflammatory for the next ten days. I just really appreciate your patience and your terrific help.
I have come back and edited this post a little. Diane made another version with the longer images (#5) so that you could see what it looks like. Hope this is helpful in deciding. Thank you again!!
Most of you know that we’re trying to get these business cards finished and done so that we have them to distribute. I realize folks that I’ve been the biggest hang-up in this process. Sooooo, please help me move along.
There was so much to talk about that I forgot to mention that I’m writing a screenplay entitled, “Rose”. It’s about the burgeoning friendship between a thirty year old woman and an eighty-six year old woman. It takes place in the early l970’s in Boston.
It’s an idea I’ve had for thirty years and have decided to take the plunge and write it. Initially, I found it difficult but once the process began, it took on a life of its own. In the words of director, David Lynch, “It always goes by in fragments and then the whole thing starts revealing itself.” Basically, J.K.Rowling – the Potter author- said the same thing in an interview I heard her give.
Susan Elkin welcomes you to learning about who she is now and who she is becoming. Today I’ve come to realize that ideas come in fragments and as time passes the whole thing begins to unravel, and then its entirety reveals itself. Very soon, my ideas begin to relate to each other.