My husband and I are starting up a blog about our love of games. It’s called dandy games, because I’m Andy and he’s Daniel and… well, you can read the rest of the story there.
Anyway, I made up little portraits of both of us to use on our About Us page — and as our avatars. Hee!
Well, after some crazy summer months, I finally finished this illustration off for my friend. It’ll be going on the front page of his Twitch profile here.
I’ve been working on this illustration for a friend. Really growing fond of it — can’t wait to finish!
Look at this little dude! He’s so boring! Only boring people are bored. And he is a bored student, an illustration I made for a written report. Because I like to make extra work for myself, to go with the assignments for my online Adult Learning classes. It’s like bonus learning!
Having been hired (at least temporarily) and spending much of my time at work or dabbling in a million other summertime activities, I haven’t had much chance to get any other serious work in. Hoping to turn that around now that I’ve adjusted to my schedule. I have some projects I’m really looking forward to working on, but for now, here’s some super-quick illustrations I did for my online Adult Learning & Staff Training certificate course.
These were just meant to illustrate the three topics of my final reflective report for the first course of the program. Fortunately for me, the course allowed you to be a bit creative in the presentation of your report — that is, not making it a firm requirement to stick to size 12 Times New Roman or anything like that — so I chose to include some hasty & playful artwork.
emphasizing with the needs and priorities of other learners
becoming a diverging learner
applying adult learning theory in practice
Stephanie did me a huge favour in helping me publish my Captivate demo course (getting around the limited availability that Adobe imposes on materials published with the 30-day trial). In return I promised to create an illustrated character based on a photo of her. Here it is!
Phew! After a few days working on my demo course, it’s almost done! All the content and functionality is now in place. The only thing left to do is to add a little animation, just to make some of the screens more dynamic.
I’m determined to finish that tonight! For now, you can take a look at the teeny thumbnails in my Captivate filmstrip view.