Well, the last thread ran for six years and finally became too large for its own good. Time for a new shiny thread. In some ways, I think of this post as post 2671. :D
Firstly, here's the full info on sending me cards to sign if that's what you came here looking for...
Card Signing by Mail - All you need to know - Updated 9/2013
While I'm always happy to receive cards for signing I cannot guarantee a turnaround time as I have to give priority to the day job.
I don't charge for signatures, but I do charge for sketches. Unfortunately, I no longer do alterations of card images as I cannot work on such small images due to severe eyestrain.
If you want cards signed here's the mailing address:
PO Box 70331
Seattle, WA 98127 - 0331
Important info -
1) Please, no more than 20 cards.
2) No more than 4 of any single card.
3) Include a letter if you can; it's always nice to get something from fans which amounts to more than "Please sign my cards."
4) If you prefer your cards to be signed in black, red, gold, or silver ink, tell me. And tell me everytime you send me cards. I can't hope to keep track of your preferences.
5) Don't send me a second set of cards before you've had the current batch returned. If it's taking a long time it's because I'm very busy.
6) While I will attempt to replace any card damaged while in my care, I cannot be held responsible for any cards lost or damaged in the mail. Your best chance to keep your cards safe is to pay close attention to the following shipping info:
1) Make sure you include an SASE with correct postage. An SASE is a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope in which your cards will be returned to you.
2) Please, make sure both your envelope and the return envelope inside have the correct postage. Do not guess. If you are wrong I'm the one that has to pay the extra and I am under no obligation to return cards when it'll cost me money.
3) Don't trust your cards to cheap envelopes. Loose cards might bunch at one end of an envelope and cause the envelope to rip as it passes through the Post Office's sorting machine. Good quality envelopes are a smart investment.
4) The best packing method I've found for cards is to place them into a single 9 pocket card sheet. Fold the pocket along the horizontal seams and you've got a small but well protected package that should fit into a standard envelope.
5) Alternatively, padded envelopes are always good.
6) Please avoid envelopes larger than 8 x 10 inches. My PO Box is average size. An oversized envelope is often damaged by Post Office employees who'll just cram it into the PO Box.
7) Most cards shipped in the U.S. will reach me in a week. Two weeks for Canada and Europe. Longer for elsewhere.
8) Those of you sending cards from outside the U.S. should include sufficient return postage in the form of International Reply coupons. Ask at your Post Office. Alternatively, include payment (cash or International Money Order) in U.S. dollars for the return cost. Just be sure that it's not obvious the package has cash in it.
Remember I only sign cards that feature art that I did. This may seem like an obvious clause but you'd be surprised how many times people think I'll sign any card. It's impolite to sign another artist's work.
For a complete list of cards I've done follow this link to a visual spoiler on Gatherer.