Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million

Afternoon slump

I'm debating caffeine. It's a little later than I usually drink it, but man, my eyelids weigh five lbs apiece.

Rapunzel got into Epilogue!

Nice boost on a day I'm feeling very poorly about my own work.

I have all but 10 designs up at EMG. Have written a massive artist-updates email, and nagged people to make their bios public and put their designs online so they actually show up. 10 more! That's all!

Not taking submissions again until the coding is finished for that, because gah! No one should have to wait as long as these folks did. (Though to be fair, I'm JUST getting some of the contracts and print files now...)

Window clings - so far I'm loving the tests I made. They're all off in the mail except one (need to go dig up an address), and they look pretty spiff. Only half of them have my web address because I didn't think of them until I'd already printed a page.

What size you do you like your window clings? I'm thinking I might make little mini clings - to fit my punch, because cutting them out is so far a bit of a drag. Also, some of you might get a batch that is a little bubbly on the back - I didn't quite let the ink dry on that batch before overpainting them. I've got one up on my front door that I've instructed Jake to peel off and put back on as often as possible to see how it holds up. So far, so good. They stick WELL. It's sunny there - we'll see if it fades.

Trying to decide if I want to hang work at the Dragon*Con show this year. Leaning towards it, but... eh. Show sales for me so far have been SO miserable, I don't know if it's worth the effort (see third line). Have to decide soon so I can get payment in and do the jury thang.

I have been sucking more than usual about commenting and such! Just no time! I hope you know how much you mean anyway!

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