Barb Tandarich published this 'zine, and when it was time for #3 to come out, she suggested putting up the money to have a professional color cover printed. We did not have access to color copiers in those days, so we sent the double-sized painting to a print shop in another state, paid something like $400.00, and got a huge stack of slick, heavy stock color prints.
That issue sold VERY well. (and no, she never made all her money back)
We made tee-shirts of the cover for all of us involved in this issue.
I still think it's the best cover I ever did. And the title is all hand lettered too. No computer illo programs then either.
Watercolor and ink on cold-press illo board.