Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million
ellenmillion

Monday

I am sadly behind on emails, texts, comments, and replies of all stripes. I'm sorry! Ears-deep on a programming puzzle and little Guppy has been particularly demanding of Mom's time. I will be sending Sketch Fest payments that have been requested over the weekend today.

No writing to report on NaNotWriMo, but I did work on the Rails outline a bit last week. More to do than I hoped, trying not to get too discouraged to tackle it anyway. (More comments on existing bits would do wonders to my flagging spirits! :P)

I took a few moments last night to throw these together, which were just WAY too much fun:







Toyed with the idea of ordering postcards of them, but I couldn't sell enough of them to make it worth the minimum orders. May have to print some of my own. They scale pretty well to ACEOs, too.

There is a tie in the poll, so I am waving my mallet of decision and saying that the next Sketch Fest will be Black Friday. I consider it a much better way to spend the weekend than shopping! (And if inspired, you can do your shopping right there AT Sketch Fest and support awesome artists at the SAME time.)

Back to that coding puzzle before Guppy wakes up and eats my time again. This particular problem is really making my head steam...
Tags: artwork, nanotwrimo, sketch fest
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