Show Me Your Picture 6x6x6
1. Post the 6th picture from the 6th folder in your computer's "picture" file, ("my pictures").
2. Write (blog) about the picture.
3. Tag 6 new people- be sure to go to their blog, make the "tag" by leaving a comment and direct them to your blog to get the instructions.
4. Copy the permalink for your 6x6x6 entry and post it as a comment to your original tagger's 6x6x6x entry. Be sure to post the permalink, not just the link to your blog. Get the permalink by clicking on the blog entry title and then copying that http address.
So I went to my iPhoto to find the 6th folder down there. The photo that I should have posted is my husband in a swimsuit on the beach in Costa Rica. As handsome as he is, he would be VERY unhappy with me, if I showed it. So I went down to my Projects Section and found the 6th project and 6th photo. Here you go. It's a a rough draft of a calendar that I was toying with months ago. Let's hear it for August- beach time.
Let's chat a bit about making calendars. I have a plethora (cool word, isn't it?), of photos of my work. I bet a lot of you who sell online do also. Have you thought about making a calendar from your images and selling it? It was an eye opener for me when I started playing with the concept. Looking at the beads, the scale in which I would show them, the quality of the photos, the color combinations, etc. Suffice it to say, the project got scrapped. If I ever sell a calendar, you can bet it will have been planned out and beads made and photographed specifically for it.
If you make non-sculptural beads, (I call them traditionally shaped, but there's probably a better term for it), it might be different for you as you don't have real objects that you're making art from. But I found it bothers me having a seashell larger than a mermaid, but I just didn't have any mermaids laying down and beckoning to the closest sailor that would fit that larger rectangular shape.
So there's my tagging as well as my calendar project all rolled into this post. And perhaps I should have just made a husband in a swimsuit holding beads calendar. Hmmm, maybe 2010.