Monday, February 13, 2006

Dark Elf Goes Full Throttle into 2006

First off lemme apologize for being impossible to reach as of late. I'd like to say that it wasn't on purpose but parts of it were. Between being very busy and dealing with real life I haven't been able to focus on the web aspects of the company like I'd like to.

With that in mind Let me let you in on the latest and greatest news that I have to share. Aside from the spring edition of the Motor City Convention Speeding it's way toward us at a rapid pace, 2006 will bring us into new territory with Dark Elf Designs. Long awaited contracts have been nearly finished in the polishings we hope to get them out before the convention. A new year brings new investors, new members, and new potential investors. I am hoping these contracts will help seperate the men from the boys and the women from the girls by keeping those who are really serious about sticking with it and making something, and getting rid of those who are just on the website because it helps make them look credible. Though this is partly what the website is about I want people to make no mistake we ARE a business with the interest of making money and now we are a corporation so the interest in making money has grown. this has it's ups and downs obviously but hopefully in this instance the ups will outweigh the downs. Those who aren't serious about doing good work will not benefit much but those who are will benefit a great deal.

On a sad Note I have just found out that Jasmine Grey a beautiful person model and friend of mine from the conventions died in a car accident on december 10th if you know who she is and would like to make donations to her family for a headstone please check out

On a brighter not however I have just re-aquired an investor for "The Sorrow" #0 by J.S. Earls and crew. If I can attain the book again Jeff and his crew have waited patiently for over a year to get this important piece of literature published. so hopefully there is no more complications with it. We may even truy to solicit to Diamond once more after it is published(printed) but at this point I am not holding my breath.

I am also still crossing my fingers from the investor as a said agreement isn't always a sound one but this one looks pretty secure so anyway hope you are all having a decent year so far and I look forward to the rest of this one.

-Brian Germain

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