Thursday, 18 December 2008

This weekend: A Trilobite Holiday Treat

Triple-lobed prehistoric yuley solsticey fun!

Marek Eby of eTrilobite and I will present a pair of holiday trilobite paintings over the weekend! Will Walcott be involved?

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All original artwork on The Flying Trilobite Copyright to Glendon Mellow. The contents of this blog are under a Creative Commons Licence. See sidebar for details. Please visit my blog, gallery and reproduction store. 2009 Calendar available now!

11 comments:

Traumador said...

wow art based on my fav palaeo comic strip! can't wait!!!

Raptor Lewis said...

Cool Idea!! Can't wait for that!!

Raptor Lewis said...

If it's alright, can I post some of your artwork on my blog? I just wanna give you more publicity. I already posted "Darwin Took Steps" over there.

Glendon Mellow said...

It'll be fun, Traumador. Or at least eTrilobite's will be fun, mine might end up being creepy.

Glendon Mellow said...

Susan, thanks for the compliment - if it's sincere? Please respond quickly so I can be sure your comment is not email spam for car insurance.

Glendon Mellow said...

Thanks Raptor!

I don't mind reproducing my art, so long as you obey the Creative Commons Licence outlined on this blog.

Basically:
-link it back to me
-give me credit
-do not alter the image
-do not make any money from it
and I appreciate when people ask and inform me like you did!

Thanks for taking our Mr. D on the road!

I should have a couple of major pieces of news about this image pretty soon...!

Peter Bond said...

Glendon! I feel bad not having commented for the past month, but travel often takes you places without an internet connection! But it does inspire you...

As for the calender, I want one! Does not need to be in time for xmas (as it is for me) How much is it?

Looking forward to the new collaboration!

Glendon Mellow said...

No worries Bond, you're always welcome!

The calendars are $22.99 in Canadian and American. Redbubble allows you to pay in a few currencies, though I don't think in Korean.

And thanks for sharing your travels!

Raptor Lewis said...

Sure thing, Glendon. That "Creative Commons License" is similar to the United States' Copyright laws. My country protects copyrighted stuff very heavily. I NEVER Plaigerize. If I ever do, I won't mean to. Thanks for your permission. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! :)

Glendon Mellow said...

Hey Raptor.

Actually, the U.S. is in the process of possibly altering copyright laws in a really unfair way for artists like myself, scientific and book illustrators, and basically anyone who creates original work and puts it online.

Countries in Europe and Canada have a lot of artists waiting to see what happens in the 'States.

The Legislation revolves around Orphan Works, and problems in forcing artists into a position of chasing down violators who are empowered by large companies.

You can read a list of proposed changes here.

In Canada, the mere act of creating the work means I hold the copyright. No registration needed.

Merry Christmas to you too, Mr. Lewis, and a Happy New Year as well!

Susan said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


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