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« on: December 30, 2007, 22:33:28 EST »

Well currently I'm waiting on a few last pics for the book
I just paid one artist and the second is waiting for payment

then I should have all the art.

I found a site that allows self publishing how ever there rules forbid any lewd or obscene materials.

I wanted to order one or two show copies to bring to AC

So I was wondering if you folks think my cook book art qualifies.

This is the most mature pic in the book
http://www.furaffinity.net/view/256814/

and of course you've seen my cover
http://www.furaffinity.net/view/492072/

Also I was wondering what sort of binding type should I go for? Hard or soft cover, true fit or saddle stitch?
I was leaning towards coil binder simply because it's so handy in the kitchen.

I was hoping I could find one similar to my new recipe book,  It's coil bound along the top edge, hardcover, and the cover has a nifty built in easel.
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« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2008, 04:06:22 EST »

Honestly, if that is the most mature art in the book, I think you'll be fine.  It really depends on the company, though, some would consider it "lewd" because of the sexualized poses, regardless of genitalia or lack thereof.  If it's a big company, they'll probably be more liberal toward this sort of thing, because it's bad for business to be that restrictive.

I can't cook to save my life, even with a cookbook, but I would recommend you use coil binding with laminated pages for this, because cooking can often get a bit messy.
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