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FlipSwitch

Member Since 23 Jul 2006
Offline Last Active Aug 20 2014 04:24 AM
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web specialist that is familar with email blasts

20 August 2014 - 04:25 AM

I tried sending out an email saying im ready to book time... it was just a letter but would like to include some small clips that can play and some board work... the blast i sent to 68 people only some recieved others i had wrong emails... i need someone who specializes in this that every client sees and it is not automatucally sent to a spam folder... please email me with a qoute and i have numerous questions on the correct protocal.

 

Best,

 

Ryan Hannigan

www.flipswitch.tv

rj@flipswitch.tv

516-448-6683

 

I would love to see some examples of email blasts that you have created as well.

 

Thanks in advance and I look forward ro working with you.


need advise on email blasts to clients

20 August 2014 - 03:53 AM

so im a mograpger freelancer here in NYC... i sent an email with 68 adresses to let people know I need to book time... anyway i send the email and i get a response that some emails arent valid but some are... i got a few responses but i also got told that someone didnt recieve the email... is the a certain protocole to send a balst out that doesnt automatically get sent into there spam email or not sent at all... can anyway recommend someone that can help me with an email blast that people will ecieve.. someone who specializes in this.... im afraid people arent recieving them and im loosing out on work


Brushes in Photoshop

07 June 2014 - 04:02 AM

Why is it that when choosing a watercolor brush or a paint stroke brush. it looks great if we click it once or twice to create a cool effect.  But if we choose the brush and a paint with it... it seems as if its rubber stamped.  Theres no way to use a paint brush and have it created like a natural brush would be so. Like painting a brush and have it done in a more natural way.  I have tried going into settings and fooled around with the steps and spacing it provides.  But it always turnes out in a very amature way like someone took a picture of a brush stroke and just made it dublicated it over again and it turns out looking extremely BAD.  Is there anyway I can create brush strokes that look natural and Im not nessaraliy need this to be done using photshop. I am open to any program to achieve this result.  I am almost at the point to set up a canvas and a digital camera and snap pictures one by one to achive an animated brush stroke efefct.  I have been in the industry for over 10 years and you would think that there would be a method by now that would work.  I work mostly in 2D but I do dable in 3D and would definetly learn if this method is avaiable in c4d. Please if anyone knows any work arounds or any ideas of how tocreate realistic animated brush strokes I would be so happy.  I know this community can figure this out and if not knows a forum where one can. lets put out heads gether and work wtih out.  I ve been wanted to make this for so long....so long that thsi style was in style came out of of style and now is back in style. Even thought it may be retroo. Its still an amazing style. Lwts do it people. LETS DO IT!... THANK YOU SO MUCH IN ADNVANCE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


promoax bda

05 June 2014 - 05:53 PM

Any positive stories of networking and permlance gig obtained by going prepared. i.e reel/cards/ and just super personable? :wub:  Or just any freelance gigs from your favorite companies!?!?!?