Not a bad idea, Shadowspark. The only trouble is that any watercolor or ink application can tend to produce minor warping, but perhaps the sketchy/hand-worked effect might be nice. I'll have to give that a try.
On the same note as Sagitta's work, I've thought that light/transparent backgrounds might also be a nice touch. Most paper is standard 8.5x11, and I thought it would be neat to have edge circuitry, or similar motif there.
To keep letters interesting, I wanted to make up a series of topics to address, throughout my own letters. I'll share them here later, in case any other Program wants to take up the same stance, likewise. I see variation of our topics and matter as important.... I don't know how letters are processed, but if we keep them creative, diverse, honest, and intelligent, I can only hope that Disney might bring some greater seriousness to our cause.
I am also wondering if Disney would listen were we to continue this campaign using any more substantial objects. Someone mentioned sending in frisbees, marked with 'Tron Lives;' affordable and easy for many, and a concrete object, versus just a letter. I've thought of eventually breaking out my acrylics and oil paints (I have lots of spare canvases, really), and setting to work on a series of Uprising paintings. ... I'm no skilled painter, but hell - I'd gladly dive in and make that
process my learning impetus.
The same goes for artwork of each character. Would it be possible to send the artwork straight to Disney, and ask that they forward it to the Voice Actors themselves? 'Here, we love Bruce Boxleitner, Elijah Wood, Emmanuelle Chriqui, and more! You
send to to them for us, because we can't reach them directly easily. See all this admiration being set at your doorstep?'
In the end, though it's just a little dream (or maybe a not-so-little dream), I'd sooner be able to create a full-sized painting of Tron, staring forward at the watcher. It'd demand at least a 7-foot canvas (I have access to a roll of canvas; hell, there's a whole roll sitting in my room), and a sturdy frame (I have a staple gun, and I'd need some canvas nippers, and frame hardware)... Personally, I think it'd be great to depict his (7-foot? Taller?) figure glaring intently, with a force embodying the ire (and hope) of thousands (if not more) of fans.
I've had a few ideas for inspirational, comic-like sketches for use on Tumblr and other social media sites. Speaking of which, I see a lot of yearning and comments on Youtube for more action in saving Uprising. We should get to that, too.