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2012 Fantasy Female Calendar & Print Set $2.95 $2.04
Publisher: Stainless Steel Dragon
by Devon K. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 12/27/2011 09:36:12

The calendar is nothing fancy. It's a calendar. It has the holidays listed on it in a nice light blue to separate them from normal days of the week.

The pictures, on the other hand, make this a good product. The models are not super-models, but real women that I'd expect to find walking down the street (albeit, with a bit more clothing on). The costumes are fun and attractive and the poses are good. February is my favorite. :D

For people who like these sort of calendars (as I do), this is a good product.

It seems this product is geared primarily towards people who want to print the calendar and mount it on their walls. It would be nice for a more digital-friendly version, such as desktop backgrounds with the picture and calendar combined into one. I, personally, would find that version more useful.



Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Publisher Reply:
In regards to the models. Yes they are real woman, (Attractive woman.) They are paid models, but not Super Models. They are as seen in the samples. If that is what typical real girls look like in anybody’s neighborhood. – I want to move there. (Enough Said.)

In regards to calendar format.
The format for this calendar was chosen to provide users with nice prints from a typical bubble jet printer, as well as a large informational calendar. Placing calendar and print on the same 8.5 x11 or 11 x 8.5 would have provided a much smaller picture and calendar and was deemed by our focus group to be less desirable. After all, this is Calendar & “Print Set.” For those who wish to display both Calendar and Print at the same time as a background on their desktop. It takes less than 1 minute to copy both pages and place them on 17 x 11 bitmap using windows MS paint. This allows the user to start with a large full size photo of each subject. Starting big has the advantage of allowing the user to adjust the size down to fit their computer screen. In most cases shrinking the image by up to 50%. (I reduced my copy to 58% of original size, yet it still fills my 23” wide screen monitor nicely. Thus for those looking for a more digital friendly version this critic speaks about in this review, it is quick matter for the user to create a custom one using MS Paint.

Generally I personally use my calendar as a pdf icon on my desktop, opening it as needed, and placing notes where desired. I save the pictures and either print them out for my game room and/or use them as a screen saver without the calendar portion attached. How people use this calendar and print is up to them, but with the format we chose, we have given our customers the best options to maximize the quality of prints and usability of the Calendar, and the flexibility needed to display this calendar many ways. (Essentially the best of all worlds.)
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