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aka per ove sleen
is a 53.07 year old
and has been a part of the Threadless community for 6 years, 3 months!
has scored 358 submissions, giving an average score of 2.41, helping 14 designs get printed.
posted 5 years, 10 months ago in Farewell to Sunshine
posted 5 years, 10 months ago in Trouble in ChessTown
and there we were. Thats the end of it. Thank you all for commenting and voting. It is very much appreciated.
1620 voting people and an 2.00 average is very neat I think.
If I don't get a print, at least I know it will sell good (this indication is based on earlier personal experiences).
As a matter of fact two of the tees I've entered here on treadless.com earlier, that didn't make the print, but fetched good results never the less (the great competition here on threadless.com, makes it very hard to get a print even with good numbers), has brought me more than 2000 US. dollar in sales revenue (before taxes) when I entered it in to my own sales system afterwards (unfortunately a few times before competition on this page was over too. This mistake was due to the fact that I hadn't studied the rules enough. At the same time someone made me aware of the fact, I had already entered more tees in to the system. And they were just awaiting approval).
So what I am trying to say here is, that if you have tees fetching good numbers and comments (at least some good comments :-), You should take it out there on the web on to some of the many POD communities there. You're bound to at least make some cash, and it is a lot of fun.
You meet lots of people like yourself and interact with them in various interesting and funny ways.
As time passes you find it more easy to make the sales, and you learn to promote your art and/ore design without too much hustle.
Another outlet is your local fashion stores (and the rest of the world too for that matter. But start small).
When the money for my first 80 - 100 t-shirt sales on the net hit my account, I took some of the money and printed a few samples and started shopping around for sales partners in my immediate surroundings.
I quickly found two partners, and we are still going strong and better every month (x-mas was a blast :-).
So what I am saying is that there is hope even if you don't make print. And there is so many great designs that don't make it here, that it is bound to be people wanting to buy some of them.
There is a big world out there, go get them!
Peace and love to you all
What is Mannheim Steamroller Fresh Aire V?????
Is that a band ore something?
Sorry folks I forgot, here is a link to a bigger picture.
Studio45 picture blog