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October 6, 2006
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The illustration was first painted by hand and then digitized. To give it that authentic book feel. The crafting and execution on this banner is of the highest quality.

Definitely beautifully crafted. Nice.

Posted by:joris on October 6, 2006 10:10 PM

i like what happens when you ignore it... nice touch

Posted by:phil Gillman on October 7, 2006 2:12 AM

Hate to be negative Hamish, but whilst the image may have been crafted the idea hasn't. Your average punter doesn't go online looking for ads to ignore. They just ignore them full stop. as for the annoying sfx, well the less said the better. Glue have done some great work, but this really isn't anyware near great.

Posted by:Stan Lee on October 7, 2006 4:19 PM

excellent work, clear a space on the shelf for some awards. to address stan lee, that's why you write in a mouse timer to do something if no one interacts and such is the case with this one.

Posted by:eric powell on October 11, 2006 4:58 AM

Sorry, Stan, but I have to agree with Eric. Saying an ad is poor because people tend to ignore them doesn't really add much to the debate, now does it? Our job is to make these things interesting / cryptic / enticing / compelling enough that people don't ignore them.

Posted by:Rob on October 28, 2006 1:01 AM

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