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by popular demand, Alicia’s fundraiser is back


covers

the evolution of the E

laurel rae, army pin up

Howdy all and thanks for all the support with Alicia’s Fundraiser to get a new horse. Alicia has done very well with the auction so far and has almost reached her goal with a lot of support from all our friends here on the blog. There have been tons of special requests for specific pieces and combinations of illustrations, as well as for the fundraiser to keep going for one more turn, so here ya go. All the requests have been granted and created as well as the listing of my special cachets and anniversary covers. What these are, are artwork or a photo montage created to celebrate the anniversary of either a historical event of aviation or to celebrate an anniversary of a favorite film, the art work is then printed on a # 11 envelope and sent to the location (city, country, or state) and then is cancelled on the anniversary date at the corresponding post office,, way cool collection items especially because they are numbered and limited to that amount,, I have been collecting these for years and then started making my own in 2003 because no one was making them for movie anniversaries. Listed below are the two original links to the first set of art and prints from the original fundraiser and two more links have been added to accommodate the new art and special pieces as well as a list of all the covers. To place an order send me an email to johneaves227@gmail.com. and list the name or # of the piece and what size you would like and I’ll get your fundraiser pack ready to go. Payments are accepted from the following; paypal, money order, or personal check. also if you like anything you order can be signed or personalized, and Alicia has made a special picture and thank you card that also comes with each picture, and combined shipping is always available.print prices are (13X19’s are $25.00 additional prints after 2 are $20 plus shipping which is about $6 to $9 depending on weight and where it is going, international is anywhere from $6 to $15) (11X17’s are $20 and additional prints after 2 are $15 plus shipping wich is about the same as the above) (8.5X11’s are $15 and additional prints after 2 are $10. plus shipping which is about $4. to $6. depending again on weight and where it is going to, International is $6 to $12). So with all that said here is another big Thanks to everyone for their help, and especially for all the extra kind notes and prayers for Alicia. Such a great group of folks and friends I have met here.

http://flickr.com/gp/50399868@N04/m261EK

http://flickr.com/gp/50399868@N04/38aB9R

Ghosts of Mars, mining colony
daniza 3

 


15 Responses to “by popular demand, Alicia’s fundraiser is back”


  1. December 8, 2010 at 9:57 am

    the evolution of the the 1701-e is super-cool. I think the final product at the very top is the best representation of your design.

  2. 3 the bluesman
    December 8, 2010 at 12:11 pm

    John

    I am glad to hear the fundraiser is going well and that I could help out in a small way.

    Now my problem is your stuff is competing with Andrew Proberts and Dru Blairs art for wall space.

    • 4 johneaves
      December 8, 2010 at 6:19 pm

      what what an honor and I love Dru Blair,,, He’s the king,,, ART KING that is!!! no worries about loosing your crown, you’ll always be the Cargo king of Chicago to me

      • 5 the bluesman
        December 8, 2010 at 8:53 pm

        I have Power and Low Level lighting, the classic B-1B paintings from Dru…signed and numbered. I got these when I was in the Air Guard and my unit flew the Bone.
        My dad (the Real Cargo King) just give me another of Drus prints, the Last Hot Flights, signed by Dru and the flight crew of the SR-71.

        Awesome art.

      • 6 johneaves
        December 8, 2010 at 11:33 pm

        wow awesome!!! is the B-1 the one of it flying Firefox style across the surface of the lake???

      • 7 the bluesman
        December 9, 2010 at 7:45 am

        John thats the one, its caled Power. The other Bone pritn is called Low Level Lightnign of a Bone about 50 feet off the desert floor and a thunderstorm brewing behind it.

  3. December 8, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    I really like the concept of the E-E with the separation line in the engineering hull. Makes it look still faster.

  4. 10 Buckaroohawk
    December 8, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    I’m very glad to hear the fundraiser went well, and I’m sure that Part 2 will be just as successful. I only have one small request: Please put up a warning when you plan on featuring a photo like the one of Ms. Laurel Rae in this post. I was unprepared for it and with my weak heart…well let’s just say that my wife wouldn’t appreciate finding me out cold on the floor with that photo on the computer screen.😉

    Best of luck with the new fundraiser. Keep us posted on its progress!

    • 11 johneaves
      December 8, 2010 at 11:32 pm

      Thanks Buckaroo!!! Yeah we were done but so many notes came asking for more so we put it up for one more go and This little extra will get Alicia all the way and so glad I got a job starting next week,,, Hopefully!!! interview tomorrow,,, It has been a long dry couple of months, weird biz hollywood, you have three or four shows at once then they all end at the same time and you slowly starve till the next wave hits months and months later,,, I miss working in the grocery store!!! it was always there!!!

  5. 12 Boris
    December 9, 2010 at 12:59 pm

    John, what was the purpose of those Ent-E schematics dated “1/97”? It’s obviously after “First Contact” but long before “Insurrection”. Were they perhaps used to build the “Insurrection” CG model?

  6. 13 Richard Knapp
    December 11, 2010 at 8:23 am

    Hi John:
    I’ve been traveling – hope its not too late to join in and help with the fundraiser. Glad to hear the first round went well and I would really like to join in for Round 2. Should I just email you as before?

    Best regards,
    Richard

  7. 14 Matt Boardman
    December 12, 2010 at 9:05 pm

    Woo! To those who are lurking here on John’s blog, hopefully, if you haven’t already, you will take the time to place an order for a print one of John’s fabulous designs. I got mine not to long ago and I have to say that being able to hold these things in your hands and just observe the mastery that is exhibited in each one is something else.

    Let’s help get this cowgirl her horse! After all, aren’t all Western’s supposed to end in a happy ending? 😀

  8. 15 The Chief
    December 18, 2010 at 1:25 pm

    John, I got my artwork today and it is AWESOME! Thank you so much!


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