Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million

November 2015 Roundup

Have you missed some of my creative updates over the last month? I'm doing monthly roundups to try to keep some sense in the chaos!


Five of my recent favorite pieces went up this month, exclusive coloring pages for the November issue of Color On! I was the featured artist, and they interviewed me, as well:http://coloronmag.com/article/a-chat-with-ellen-million/

This was probably my favorite. :) But it was a hard choice.

3 new portraits went up at Portrait Adoption, all from Inktober.

I skipped Sketch Fest, for the first time in years! *hangs head in shame* (I had good reasons, see below!)

A few pieces leftover from #Inktober:

Up at River Twine:


I did a pretty good rounds of edits on my novella. (A second round occurred in December, and it is scheduled for publication in February... I am pretty serious about not working during my January off.)


I finished up another Kickstarter! My third one, and successful, but not as wildly successful as my first two. I have many theories on this, but the largest is that it was a pretty high buy-in.

UWA bazaar and PopCon - the same weekend. They were awesome, but I'm not doing two shows in a weekend like that again.

Released four new coloring books: Wildflowers of Alaska (with Layla Lawlor), Christmas Sprites (Mitzi's new mini book) and new editions of Dotminatrix and Fantastrix... with new color covers.

Was ill for three weeks of the month with some wretched head cold/virus that included infected eyes and ears, which lead to a perforated eardrum, and a lingering cough.
Tags: month in review, monthly roundup

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