Design & Carve Series 1 - Wildlife Scenes

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Design & Carve Series 1 - Wildlife Scenes

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Here is a little more information on our new product - "Design & Carve Series 1 - Wildlife Scenes". This drip feed of info is not deliberate, we were so busy getting the product ready for the show that the plan for stocking and sales through the website was not in place and since returning I have been slammed with catching up. Excuses aside the attached PDF should help to give an overview of the new product. The revised plan is to get this up on the website and ready for sale by the middle of next week (I forgot I need to get the disks in stock with our shipper in Chicago hence the delay).

This new product is specifically for Aspire users and is a combination of clipart, CRV3D projects and video tutorials showing you how to get the most from the artwork and ideas. Price for this new product will be US$495 but we will be having an introductory offer for current Aspire users so keep an eye out here for announcements. That's all for now... thanks for your interest and patience.
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Just what I was looking for....
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I am embarressed to report this is still not ready for official launch/sales. I am guessing realistically it will now be available on Monday. I would go on to list the reasons why but they will sound like excuses (which they probably are)!

Anyway I appreciate the continued patience and only hope it will be worth the wait.

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Patience? We ain't got no stinkin' patience!

My apologies to Mel Brooks and "Blazing Saddles." :roll:

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I am pleased to announce that finally the new product is available from the website. You can read more about it, download a detailed PDF (which is also available below) and watch an overview video here:

http://www.vectorart3d.com/index.cfm/DC1_Wildlife.htm

Thanks again for your patience (apart from Joe and Mel Brooks :) )

We'll send out an official email announcement later this afternoon.

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This is a marvelous looking package. :D :D :D
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James,

Very impressive!

I know you have a winner here. Watching the inbox closely.

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James,

Very nice I can't wait to try some of these and I am sure our customers will appreciate all of the hard work you and your team have put into these. I see a lot ways to use the wild life and scenes in this new software package you have.

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It's on order, I have to leave town for a few days, if I am lucky it will be here when I get back.

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Kent,

WOW is right mine came today and it is awesome.

James you did a fantastic job, I really like the tutorials.

Can’t wait to try these out on a piece of wood,

Kent have you cut any of these yet?

Rick

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