Message modified by board administrator October 17, 2008, 6:28 pm
While the whole of the Realm of Resin board constitutes part of the ezine there is special content and articles that are stored as the ezine that do not scroll away. These articles are often on a theme, about dolls/owners that visit the board, fashion spreads, quizes etc.
Where do I find the Realm of Resin ezine?
The current issue of the ezine is located in two places, in the webspace at:
It also makes up the banner image of this board.
Back Issues of the magazine can be found here:
How do I access the ezine?
The main part of the ezine is a mapped image; that is an image with links present in some parts of the image. If you pass your mouse over the image you should find some links present. Clicking the links will open the articles for you to view.
How often does the ezine change?
Currently the ezine is a issued monthly a new issue arriving around the 15th of each month. Occasionally issues are late etc, this is the nature of real life sometimes it annoyingly interjects!
Who is allowed to submit story ideas/images/content for the ezine?
Everyone! The more the merrier! Any story ideas, articles, adverts, content etc should be submitted to the email@example.com address. Realm of Resin is YOUR board and you can do as much or as little as you like to contribute to it's running.
Those of you that do photostories may find the ezine useful to get information across about your characters, designers may like to submit images for inclusion in fashion spreads, if you have a tutorial you'd like to share, it can all be included, feel free to email the editors (firstname.lastname@example.org) and discuss what you'd like to do.
Content may be rejected if it does not comply with board rules, ie; if it is rude or inflammatory, or 18+. I doubt this would happen often. The editors reserve the right to hold over an article to the next issue if it does not suit the current theme, but every effort will be made to appropriately place the submitted work.
How can I find out more?
More information on Realm of Resin and the ezine can be found at http://www.realmofresin.com.
Please contact the editors at email@example.com if you have any questions that are not covered.