I posted 6 random pieces leftover from Inktober.
1 Portrait Adoption portrait.
3 Torn World portraits. (2 ink, 1 pencil)
3 pieces for River Twine:
(Secret Santa artwork. Pastels are MESSY.)
2 (very rough) sketches for Sketch Fest: http://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/sketchfest/sketchfestartist.php?id=9&date=70
A few more gift ornaments were painted. Some I am not sharing until I know that they have been safely received...
Finish edits on my novella. It has a cover and blurb and is ready for publication in February. I am ready to be off writing something else now.
Seriously? Can I be DONE with illness now for a few years? I was still recovering from my November illness-of-doom at the beginning of the month, and just as I decided I felt fully human again, I got nailed with some of the worst stomach flu of my life. Ugh!
I got all of my art supplies beautifully organized into a tool chest. Now, instead of double-stacked boxes of mystery supplies I can't get to easily, I have silky sliding drawers of artistic goodness, all at my fingertips. My studio is - for the first time in YEARS - a place of organized bliss, and a place I want to go work.
Kept local retailers stocked in coloring books and got orders out swiftly - generally within 24 hours, always within 48.
I did gifts this year! Not a LOT, but a more extended list than I usually get done.
We got sheetrock up in the bathroom! And I've even given the seams tape and two coats of mud already!