The production of paper copies of the complete The Beechworth Bakery Bears book is just about done and dusted. I’ve received the proofs and am happy with them.
This has been a saga that was as much psychological on my part as practical in any book-design issue way, and I won’t bore you with it.
There is just one outstanding matter to be resolved, and it is this:
Should the paw-prints on the inside pages be retained, or done away with?
I’ll show you what I’m talking about in the image below, but the problem is that I have conflicting advice for the person whose design opinion I most respect and a couple of people who have already purchased the two Case Laminate copies that I ordered.
Do you prefer paw-prints, or clean paper? I’d love to know.