|What are your favorite products to designs for? (select all that apply) *|| |
|How long have you been working with Zazzle or other POD's *|| |
|What affect has zazzle had on your life in 25 words or more|| |
There are many professional directions an artist can travel, and Zazzle has provided one path I have always aimed for, one not easily accessible to artists before. Designing for useful, practical, daily use items and having my art around while working inspires greater designs. Fortunately, others enjoy the designs which makes greater designs possible.
|In an average week how much time do you put into your shops including making designs, adding them to your store, advertising, reading the forums, doing other research or zazzle related work? |
(estimate the average week where do you fall)
40-60 hours (6-9 hours per day)
|What percentage of time do you spend designing/adding products vs advertising/working on referral sites (this includes blogs twitter forums websites and other means of advertising)|| |
|What was your favorite design to make & why? (whether it has sold or not pick just 1 & include the link to the product page NOT the image link)|
Designing "Lady Sunbonnet Sue and the Unicorn Tapestry" is one I have thought about for a long time, since the mid 1980's. An opportunity came recently giving purpose to creating it, and it is a design I am intrigued with in its mood and flexibility. Inspired by the unicorn tapestries of the 15th-16th centuries (estimated 1484-1505), it is an inspired combination of "The Lady and the Unicorn" and "The Unicorn Tapestries" while bringing the artwork into a modern and kinder design with a focus on the positive elements in unicorn lore. Unicorns have always had a special place in my life, and creating "Lady Sunbonnet Sue and the Unicorn Tapestry" was both inevitable and magical.
|How many shops do you have on zazzle?|| |
|List your shop urls 1 per line with a 5-10 word description after each |
(use format http://www.zazzle.com/shopid - designs for people who love dogs)
Thursday, July 15, 2010
at 12:07 PM