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EDIT: It's amost 2011 now, this offer is now moot unless anyone wants old calendars for the prints inside them!
If you've had your eye on my calendar of classic work, then this is a chance you can't miss!
I've gotten my hands on four miniature 2010 calendars with a shiny metallic gold wire spine. These are roughly 5x7 in. when closed and open up to a full size for display on your wall at 7x11 in. They're the perfect size to fit in any corner of your room, dorm, or otherwise!
In addition, I'll be sending these with an original 5x7 in. ink sketch of a subject of your choice! (generic suggestions and no fanart only, please. Sketches will have a minimalistic background) Calendars will also be autographed on each page by the artist. When you're done with it at the end of the year, tear out the pages for framing. A calendar should never go to waste!
How much is this fine thing, you ask? For an autographed mini-calendar AND original sketch, the price is $25 with FREE shipping within the US. For international shipping, we'll sort things out via note.
I only have 4 total. Get em while they're hot! Note me or comment here to secure your calendar and sketch.
Mini-Calendars + Ink Sketch
Regular Sized 2009 Calendar
[Patreon] Angelic Shades Website Redesign Part 1
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April 2020 Wrap-Up - Going on Art Vacation!
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When Should I Host Art Streams?
Hey dA fam! I’ve been wanting to get back to streaming art again now that things have calmed down somewhat and I’ve got a huge backlog of designs that need digital coloring. Go vote in the poll and let me know what time slots work best for you! I’m thinking of streaming on two separate days, one would be in the afternoon and the other in the evening so I can catch people in different time zones. VOTE HERE
That would be so much fun, but I am flat out BROKE and was just informed that my credit card limit was cut down from nearly $6k in open credit to $60 in open credit... so it's not like I even have a cushion. *pouts*
I am poor, and have no 25$ but I wanted to stop in and give you a for suggesting that people use the art in your calendar as prints after the year is over. GO LADYDOVE7! I sometimes feel like every artist is so full of themselves and forget that people have limited budgets but are still willing to pay for their artwork. It is clear that you respect that and it is just awesome to see how nice you are to your fans.
Aw thanks I'm always happy to prolong the life of calendars. It'd be such a waste of trees and art to throw them away! If you're wanting something a bit cheaper, I've just found an older calendar that I'm trying to get rid of for $10. Might be of interest to you
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