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  1. Visuals for promoting Skin Art / Tattoo Media Ink's first convention. The model is Fallon Vendetta and was a featured cover model several years ago. Created in Publisher and Photo.
  2. I'm a little behind in posting this. Short and sweet, I love Publisher. I read the Adobe InDesign forums and I'm absolutely convinced I made the right choice switching from ID to QuarkXpress and finally to Affinity Publisher. While there may be some features it still lacks, it will only get better (and certainly has, in leaps and bounds, since I started using the Beta version). The more you use it the more you grow to love the integration with Photo and Designer. Okay here's the magazine.
  3. Lovely when the software you choose just keeps getting better. The whole suite is a part of this, but mostly Publisher.
  4. Came across the opening photo in the layout on my friend Raff's Instagram account about a year ago. Reached out to her and said I wanted to do a profile and that photo would be the starting point. The photographer, Robert Butcher, gave us permission and I interviewed Raff for the piece and created the layout. I've known Raff since I worked for her band, The Cycle Sluts From Hell, back in the day. This is from the latest issue of Tattoos For Women.
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