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Mondaily Early Report

This is how I'm feeling right now! I had a whole raft of things very close to being done, and I pushed a bunch of them over the finish line, including a piece of artwork I was thinking I'd do for my solo book, but that I don't think will actually make the cut - so I'm going to give it to my Patreon patrons as the April perk, instead (as soon as I scan it). I also inked the Rose Angel in entirety. I will remind you very subtly that he is available for sale at Sketch Fest at the 'take-a-risk' price of $150, and he will cost much more as soon as I've scanned him and released him for real. http://www.ellenmilliongraphics.com/sketchfest/sketchfestart.php?id=18544

The photo above was from the photo/video shoot laylalawlor did with me on Thursday, and I think the video is going to be epic. Undoubtedly terrible! But epic, nonetheless.

The first coloring book cover is just about done - and it will help set the look of the next few; I am changing just a few of the traditional elements to make a nice unified look for this set. Not so much that previous titles won't all look awesome together with these, but just enough that things don't look stagnant. I think I squealed out loud when I got the color version for Fishtank Fantasies. There will probably be a reveal tomorrow morning when we start our one week countdown to the Kickstarter.

In other amazing news, I got approved for Made in Alaska! This is a strictly monitored state program and I'm super excited to get in. Buy The Bear!


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Apr. 5th, 2016 10:00 am (UTC)
How did Super Ellen! (fun photo!) only just get approved for Made in Alaska? (Adorable logo, that.) Is the bureaucracy that painfully slow, or did it take something state-flavored like the Alaskan wildflowers coloring book to qualify?
Apr. 5th, 2016 06:05 pm (UTC)
Until about three years ago, I wasn't printing the coloring books locally, so they counted against me. I MAY have been able to argue for being 51% locally made, but it would have been a bit of a stretch of the spirit of the program. And once I started printing here, it basically didn't occur to me to apply until now!
Apr. 6th, 2016 07:48 pm (UTC)
You look awesoooome!
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