Dec 3, 2009

2010 Calendar

You know what I mean when I say there are somethings you just gotta do on your own. I have been in licensing for a few years now, and have yet to find someone who deems my work suitable enough for calendars. Take no offense, this is ranting and raving and I mean no hard feelings personally. So, I took matters into my own hands.

I'm not minding Zazzle too much, I'm finding a lot of great opportunities and have even made sales! Thank you! And why I chose to make my calendar through them is because they gave me options! I could do anything with this calendar. Choosing the font or look for the numbers, the title, the binding, the binding's color, and so on! I ordered my copy last night, quite curious to see how it looks printed and in my hands.

I titled my calendar Fairies of a Season and I believe I'm going to keep that title for each year. The reasoning behind it is my work changes. My techniques change, my favorite colors change, how I draw faces these calendars are mini collections of what my work was like then. So in 2010 my work will have no inked lines and more narrative. Before 2010 (which is featured in this calendar) my work was inked, the color was very rich, and the focus was on the fairy, not necessarily on the narrative/background. Make sense? So keeping the title each year will represent this is the collection of the year before work. Ugh, I feel exhausted, I'm sure you get the idea. :)

GREAT promo going on that is only around for a limited time!
use code: CALENDARS998 and receive your calendar for only $9.98
or visit my zazzle shop - Sara.B Illustration


Holly Durr Art said...

I really like zazzle, and I don't mind your rants, I feel picky about that kinda stuff too. Your calendar is really nice!

April said...

I have been following your blog for a few months, usually I just lurk and look at your pretty art. What a beautiful calendar! I think it might be a Christmas present to myself this year.

Rose said...

Wonderful *____*