Sure, I'll take CT- but only if Lori wasn't dead set on having it- if she joins in, that is...<br><br>I'll go back and read this whole thing & go over the rules, meantime...<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a </font color=red> <br>
I'll take Arizona & Nevada (Arizona if I can only have one tile).<br><br>Also, if we need an online warehouse, I'll volunteer my webserver since I have a 400mb limit and unlimited transfer. I can even make a download page so everyone can get their state borders.<br><br>Oh, by the way, I have the (probably same artwork as iRock) state borders including Alaska and Hawaii which I can convert into Photoshop format and make available for download.<br><br>A thought about this mosaic:<br><br>Since we are doing artwork based on the USA States, obviously when we shrink it down to postcard size to mail you will lose all detail, perhaps when sending the postcards/letters we should mail the individual tiles, and only group the tiles to form the entire US for our own purposes... just a thought.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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