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Nuts and Bolts: Dedicate Yourself to the Details III

March 16, 2018

Nuts & Bolts – Dedicate Yourself to the Details III
 
Sometimes the obvious is not so obvious, even after you’ve looked at it for days. Or maybe because you’ve looked at it for days is the exact reason why you do not see the errors or flaws. Especially if you’re working on the umpteenth version of a like image series. A fresh set of eyes, yours or someone else, may spy an obvious misspelling that your brain seems to autocorrect for you.

 

Here is an excellent example of a typo on a card by GCU artist Stacia Gorge of Good Things by Gorge
 

Can you spot it?

Ahh, that’s better!  Thank you, Laurie, for the quick edit.  It happens to the best of us!
Here is an interesting read why we don’t catch our own typos. 

 

 

The difference is made in the details!

 

Mindy
GCU Community Manager
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One Comment leave one →
  1. March 29, 2018 12:22 pm

    I am grateful for the reviewers! I would rather that they find my mistake than end up with an unhappy customer. In this particular case, the cause was that the card was an “umpteenth version” and my mind had apparently gone numb! Thanks, Laurie!

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