#illo_advent!

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No matter how busy I am (and December is always busy for me!) I can’t refuse a good drawing challenge. I rested a bit after Inktober and now I’m making a new Christmas/winter drawing each day with the unbridled enthusiasm of an Xmas outsider (mostly Jewish family, mostly Christian friends growing up).

So if you’re not following me on Twitter yet, check back here for new drawings & sketches. They will probably get more and more frenzied before the big day!

**Update 12/26** #illo_advent is over, and now I have a lot of new greeting card designs to develop for next year’s holidays!

Adoption

Adoption Illustration by Eliza Stein

Here’s a little story about a lucky dog who got adopted.

I haven’t posted here since adding all the Inktober sketches, but that’s because I’ve been busy coloring them all in! I’ve also added some new illustrations to my Etsy shop: “Nyx,” the ancient Greek goddess of night, and a reworking of an old sketch about a kid who colors outside the lines.

Nyx Illustration by Eliza Stein
“Nyx” in b&w or color
Toddler Trouble Illustration by Eliza Stein
Coloring outside the lines…

Inktober!

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I decided to keep a running log here of all my Inktober sketches, for posterity’s sake and for those who aren’t following me on Twitter… yet. There is no set theme to follow for Inktober, as long as your drawings are all in ink. At first I wanted to stick to a Loteria/Mexican bingo theme, because I’m already developing a deck and I thought this would spur me to do it faster, but as you will see, I’ve already abandoned my theme by day three or four.