Pete Marino

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  1. I swapped out all the lights in any room I have my art in to LED as quick as I could, everything I've read says that any bulbs that are not made to emit UV don't really output any UV at all, vs Incandescent and CFL which can output considerable amounts: I also found pure white is a bit harsh on the eyes, so i go for a more natural output in the rooms i spend a lot of time in. https://ledlightinginfo.com/do-led-lights-emit-uv-rays-and-radiation
  2. Reading the MTG Art Market thread, apparently 2 people gave higher offers on Demonic Tutor (175 and 250), the seller decided to let them duke it out at auction. But because of sour grapes they refused to bid at heritage? Not sure how that makes them win, they still don't have the art. Managing relationships in a small market is a big deal. (not giving away any inside baseball here, this is what was posted in the FB group for all to read, and grains of salt as usual for anything in the rumor mill / knitting circle)
  3. I think the guys who are into this stuff were disappointed by some of the results (notably the tutor's hammer price) but I feel like an auction like this really legitimizes this stuff and will only help it to continue to grow beyond Facebook Group auctions.
  4. I can't wait, this summer i bought a 12 foot screen and a projector. I have it set up in my family room and we try to do weekly family movie nights using it. I hope this lives up to the hype. We'll be watching it xmas night. -Pete
  5. Maybe more comics than comic art, but Fringe the TV Show in universe B comics were "fine art" and displayed on the walls of one of the characters apartments. One of the covers is on CAF (just found the other one is there too and added it) https://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryPiece.asp?Piece=731831 https://www.comicartfans.com/GalleryPiece.asp?Piece=783877
  6. Through all the trials tribulations, different scripts and stories and at one point the Joseph Gordon Levitt HBO movie (or was it series) I can't believe this is happening. If they do this story justice it could really blow up. Sandman has such a huge built in audience that's been frothing at the mouth for more content.
  7. I liked episode 1, excited to see where this season goes. I had a few nitpicks about the new character, but it's a network TV show, and I think i'm just being overly critical.
  8. Finished it tonight. Solid overall, now time to find the BBC series and compare the 2.
  9. I can't wait, after a bit of a slow start this season has been so good!
  10. My 1st new art day in a long time. I am really digging Peter David's version of untold tales of Spider-Man that takes place during the symbiote era before Venom showed up. This page shows the 2nd image of Dr Hobgoblin when Peter shows up in an alternate reality. http://cafurl.com?i=25224
  11. Just finished 4, I think epp 3 kind of went too much action and lost me, but 4 brought me back in. So far I'm liking it, but I hope they are not telegraphing a twist?
  12. jayemdae tome is more desired than Mana Flare and Contract from Below? That's surprising to my outsider eyes,
  13. holy cow, this may blow past a lot of Comic Art hammers: @Bronty ballpark? https://comics.ha.com/itm/miscellaneous//p/7236-156001.s?ic4=ListView-Thumbnail-071515
  14. Man, this bums me out, he seemed like such a cool, affable dude during the Community table read.
  15. I am really enjoying season 2, i don't mind waiting a week, i am old, i enjoy spending a week between episodes, it builds up excitement.