Eloise really does draw illustrations

This was something I started at the end of the semester, as a sort of companion piece to my blue-haired knitter.

I did the line drawing on real paper and scanned it in, then colored the whole thing in Photoshop, including coloring a lot of the line. This got off to a bit of a slow start; I had trouble establishing a real color scheme at first, but I'm really happy with the final product.

Website work continues as well. I'm going to expand it in a way I've wanted to for a while now. I'm adding an options to view the whole gallery larger. I think the site looks great on my 12 -inch Powerbook, but I want to serve the giant monitors of art directors (I hope) as well.


A New Day

I graduated (on Saturday)! And to celebrate, I updated my website, eloisedraws.com. There's new content, a more specific front page (have you tried reloading the front page a few times? I promise it's exciting), and a lot of new people on the links page.

I'm back home in Western Massachusetts, baking and knitting and trying to catch up on the sleeping and eating I missed this semester. I'm also, of course, working on slow and secret projects. Posts, as always, may be infrequent, but I promise that there's stuff in the works, namely, a rather epic job search.

Wish me luck, and congratulations to all the ridiculously talented people who graduated along with me.