You can see all the drawings on Sarah's Tumblr site at: http://olfactorypress.tumblr.com/
This is how Sarah describes the project and process:
I started this project in an attempt to get myself to draw more. I used to draw all the time, but as I got more involved with letterpress and writing, my work became more about words and found images.
Inspired by prolific artists and friends like Haig Demarjian, Justin Durand, the concept of "Inktober" and a student from the Center for Cartoon Studies who told me they have to draw every day, I decided to give it more of a concerted effort than I did in the past. However, I found that I needed an extra incentive to keep going. Posting the drawings online everyday works best, as fear of public shame keeps me on task.
I never intended the drawings to be a daily comic, but posting the images and getting feedback tends to steer the ideas a bit. I found I was drawing things people would "get". I wasn't happy with that my first time around and I quit after six months.
During the second time around - that resulted in a full year - I didn't worry as much about whether I was pleasing the audience or not. I posted with a week delay, so I had a chance to tweak an idea or quickly sketch something if I didn't have the time or energy to finish a drawing. The pressure was a little lighter this way and I wasn't staying up as late.
It was interesting to see what ideas came from no plans - sometimes just pointing in the dictionary and drawing from the selected word - or from something someone said that day, or from something that's been on my mind. It's also interesting to recognize common threads, where I might not have otherwise. For example, I had no idea how many clowns were in the back of my mind. Or how argumentative the objects in my house were.