[Ansteorra] Fwd: Great Hunt : Oct 22-24 @ Artesia, NM

Carolle Ternus clternus at sbcglobal.net
Sat Oct 9 10:23:34 PDT 2010

Putting in my 2 cents - I would start the first month of the calendar in May.  
That is when "our" year starts.

I was the primary layout designer for our school district's flip/hanging 
calendar for this year.  It took about a month and a half to do the layout, 
adding the text and work on the photo layouts (picking, fixing and layout of 
pictures).  That did not include the time it took setting up the photo shoots 
for each month's subject.  Also, if it hasn't be thought of that far -  we do 
have a 24 month calendar on going online.  One could, at the very least, add the 
perpetual events and wars to the calendar.

Just something to think about.  I am sure others have done this and have more 
experience.  Just wanted to give you a ruff time line.

In service as always,
Gwynafwy (Gwyn)

From: Hillary Greenslade <hillaryrg at yahoo.com>
To: ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org
Sent: Mon, October 4, 2010 5:34:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] Chivalry Calendar

This type of calendar was something a few of us in the Heralds College had 
considered creating a long time back (Sine, Kathri and myself), with the subject 

being the Ansteorran Lions, perhaps to include their personna Bio's, as a 
Kingdom fundraiser; we actually got as far as picking the first 12 Lions for the 

calendar.  So, if someone wants to go forth with the idea, blessings.

But the technologies of today, with Photoshop and available self-publishing 
companies/softwares were not available years ago, like they are now, so 
logistics were a bit difficult figuring out how to publish it.  Ain't the new 
technologies of today grand!  As well as spiffy new digital photo capabilities!

I might suggest this could be setup as a special projects task, under the 
Kingdom Chronicler, with a special task coordinator, in order to get all the 
photo and artwork releases setup, as usually required.  Could be a fund raiser 
for either periodic Kingdom projects, or for the Black Star and yearly special 
issues, such as an A&S issue or Bardic issue - with one new calendar a year - 
collect them all!!   Perpetual Calendars are also good collectibles as they can 
be used for multiple years.  

Cheers, Hillary
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