Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million


The Soldierfish has been posted!

This whiskered fellow is smaller than a lot of the other sea monsters, but good luck getting through that armor, or sneaking up on him with those cone-mounted eyes!

He's available for $15... which is exactly what we need to get to our next goal - a map with current sea monster territories in toggle-able layers! I'm very excited to do this, I hope we get there. Note that sponsorships close WEDNESDAY. You may use Torn World or EMG credits!

$185.00 / $200

The main landing page has been updated with thumbnails: http://ellenmillion.livejournal.com/1448256.html

Sketch Fest caught me by surprise this weekend, but I did get two sketches done: http://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/sketchfest/sketchfestartist.php?id=9

We took three loads of spring trash to the dump this weekend. Admittedly, many of those loads were Big Stuff like the old garden shed and a dead freezer, but still, it was a great shedding of crap, and the yard looks LOADS better. My view out the kitchen window is no longer heaps of things and mangled metal frames.

Guppy has grown five inches in the last few weeks, I think. Last night for dinner, she ate three cheesesticks, several spoonfuls of peanut butter, three Mum-mums, a few chips, a pile of raisins, half an ear of corn, a veggie sprout, a bunch of tomato pieces, a few pieces of taco meat, and a bowl of ice cream with chocolate sauce.

Sleep last night was dreadful, and I've got deadlines breathing down my neck. I suspect they are related. Off to get things done.
Tags: artwork, guppy, sea monster month, sketch fest, torn world

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