Ellie.
Visual Development | Story Artist.

This is my personal/reblog account --
I suggest looking at my art blog, as well.


Ask me anything at any time.

Enjoy your stay!

February 10th
3:50 PM
Slowly chugging away on this piece — I miss my Francisco.

Slowly chugging away on this piece — I miss my Francisco.

9:00 PM
Via
martinellie:

I drew this for my Mom’s birthday [today] — she and my father came up with a cartoon idea about an old man who has a helper-raccoon.
Old man loosely based on my father, hehe.

martinellie:

I drew this for my Mom’s birthday [today] — she and my father came up with a cartoon idea about an old man who has a helper-raccoon.

Old man loosely based on my father, hehe.

January 30th
3:00 PM
Via
martinellie:

So, I’m trying to create a new icon/crest to represent myself.
Queen Anne’s Lace (the flowers on both sides) reminds me of times when I’ve felt most at peace, specifically in fields that were littered with blooming wildflowers during Oregon summers.  Ferns are just as important, if not more so — they signify transformation and a sort of renewal. I actually have a tattoo on my arm to commemorate a hike I did one summer, and there was a point where we walked into an area covered in ferns, and the way the sunlight poured in between the evergreen canopy was breathtaking.  My time at college truly changed me.  Indeed, there are times where my old self and new self clash, and that’s where I aim to push myself in the newer, healthier direction.
I’ve always gravitated towards archery, even though I’m such a newbie at it.  There’s a beauty to it. It’s swift and direct. I can’t exactly describe it! 
And of course, the iconic Eye of Providence.  I see it as a meaning of clarity than grand divinity; in short, I seek to keep my metaphorical eyes open to all things.

martinellie:

So, I’m trying to create a new icon/crest to represent myself.

Queen Anne’s Lace (the flowers on both sides) reminds me of times when I’ve felt most at peace, specifically in fields that were littered with blooming wildflowers during Oregon summers.  Ferns are just as important, if not more so — they signify transformation and a sort of renewal. I actually have a tattoo on my arm to commemorate a hike I did one summer, and there was a point where we walked into an area covered in ferns, and the way the sunlight poured in between the evergreen canopy was breathtaking.  My time at college truly changed me.  Indeed, there are times where my old self and new self clash, and that’s where I aim to push myself in the newer, healthier direction.

I’ve always gravitated towards archery, even though I’m such a newbie at it.  There’s a beauty to it. It’s swift and direct. I can’t exactly describe it! 

And of course, the iconic Eye of Providence.  I see it as a meaning of clarity than grand divinity; in short, I seek to keep my metaphorical eyes open to all things.

9:07 AM
Via
martinellie:

Destress doodle — participating in Witchsona week!
This would be me if I had lighter hair and was some kind of gypsy witch

martinellie:

Destress doodle — participating in Witchsona week!

This would be me if I had lighter hair and was some kind of gypsy witch