Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million


(This icon, btw, is a self-portrait I did when I was 4. I swear, I did not wear that much lipstick at that age...)

Busy morning so far - husband's lunch made, breakfast served, a load of laundry is in, wood is chopped, fire is going. I also set up a wildlife camera that we had ordered aaaaages ago and never got around to putting up - our resident fox is back and pooping every night in Norway's food dish, so I'd very much like to get a picture of that. Then I replaced a lightbulb on the porch and scrubbed the floor in prep for the very last painting on the upstairs floor, and started hunting up drywall repair tools for the nursery. At that point, I got quite dizzy and my heartrate spiked, so I'm taking a bit of a break now while the floor dries.

Thank you to xjenavivex and acelightning for helping troubleshoot my programming last night! I got a bug squashed, and otherwise, it seemed to be working. :) I will make a full post on that my next priority.

In crowdfunding news, Skykittens has been funded through inking - and possibly even into some color! The current high sponsorship is $20.

You may sponsor more work on this for $5.00. The person who sponsors the most receives the original, worldwide shipping included. (By random draw, if there is a tie) And, Torn World members may also sponsor using credits.

A reminder to find some 'ship' themed artwork, fiction or poetry to submit to the next issue of EMG-Zine: http://emg-zine.com/submitart.php and http://emg-zine.com/guidelines.php

We also need questions for Ursula! http://emg-zine.com/askanartist.php
Tags: art, crowdfunding, factory, housebuilding

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