I haven’t posted here for a while now.
I’ve been busy working until a week before Christmas and now I have some time for myself to get back to drawing etc.
I was busy working as an assistant animator – specifically doing cleanups and in-betweens. It was a lot of work and I am still adjusting. I can say that I still can’t draw that fast.
It’s weird because I should be used to drawing a lot because of that experience. I guess we used polyline tools so much that my hand isn’t as accustomed to just plain drawing anymore.
So, I figured I should use this free time (sort of) to just draw and draw and draw. And then update my portfolio sites.
I have received invites to these art communities/portfolio sites:
Nace Global Creative Network,
. . . and Nabaroo.
It felt nice. I’m thankful to get emails inviting me to try new art sites. 🙂
I am going to keep filling it up every time I find the time from now on.
For now, I’m just glad I finally finished it. No codes, just drag-and-drop stuff, but I really started designing the website from nothing, no template at all (although there are countless Wix templates available, I just wanted to be unique or almost unique.).
screenshot of home page
I don’t have the budget to take down the ads and have my own domain name yet, though. But one day. . .
I also changed the wordpress theme I’m using so that this blog will fit in nicely with my website. I embedded this blog via html.
Here is my finished website! 😀
*update, as of March 6, 2016: I changed my URL because I feel like it’s too long and. . . I don’t know, I just felt uncomfortable. the URL is now: http://eolart.wix.com/eliseolarte
Oh, and I also changed the design a bit.
I’m done setting the layout for my Wix.com site last night.
I don’t use templates, I always start with a blank page.
All that’s left to do is to fill it up!
I hope it looks okay.
Here is a screenshot:
Since I am kind of on vacation, I think this is also the best time to do all of the things that I haven’t finished yet. I have a very long list in my head, but I am going to do the important stuff first. All the things that I won’t be able to do when I get back to work.