Monday, January 31, 2011

Print Giveaway WINNERS!!!

Hoo boy, I got a lot of entries and lovely comments for the print giveaway! You guys blew me away, I will have to definitely do another giveaway in the future.

I got a lot of feedback requesting more book-based illustrations. That's great, because I definitely want to do more literature-influenced personal projects! I have a few more Sabriel illustrations I've been thinking about, as well as some Game of Thrones and sci-fi stuff. I'd love to be able to expand from editorial into the book industry!

But anyway, HERE'S what you've been waiting for, we have THE WINNERS!!! (all were randomly generated!)

CONGRATULATIONS TO:
Niv Bavarsky (from the blog)
Jake (from the blog)
Irma Kniivila (from the blog)
Boum (from the blog)
Reedtard (from twitter)
Jameshindle (from twitter)
Eptin (from twitter)


If you nice folks could all send me an email to kali@ciesemier.com with your address by the end of the week, I can get your prints sent off! If someone hasn't responded by the end of the week, I will draw another winner.

A huge THANK YOU to everyone that entered! You all made me very happy. I've been wavering on setting up an actual print shop somewhere on the internet (rather than just people emailing me when they're interested in a print)-- if anyone has any suggestions or positive experiences with online stores, let me know.

Thanks again, and expect another blog post soon!

4 comments:

MrScribbs said...

zazzle is rather good for prints

bigcartel is good if you'd rather control everything yourself

Sam GarcĂ­a said...

I just came here because of Sam Bosma blog. And I have to say that I love your work also! Are you working digital 100%? Love your sense of composition and the beauty in each detail. Very touching! So nice I have new blogs to follow with such inspiring works!

Christine said...

Oh man, I just realized I forgot to check back after I entered to see if I won! I guess it's good that I didn't. If I did but was too slow to respond and you had to draw another name don't tell me, because that would be tragic.

I've never been an online shop-keeper but I've been an online purchaser and I've bought a lot of things through etsy. It's always been a very good experience for me.

Dignon said...

Pressero has a really good system for creating storefronts with integrated file uploads, product catalogs, pricing, shipping, payment, etc. Full featured. www.Pressero.com