how did e-yeggs happen?
i am trying to teach myself how to use adobe illustrator. i kinda fell into digital art by accident, and i love it. i don't have any training though. i do have me some ADD and an attention span of a goldfish, so in order to try and focus myself a little i came up with the following ridiculously elaborate plan. (rules make me focus my head better.)
i was going to make a small doodle at least twice a week
that doodles was going to incorporate a ridiculous colour scheme i would have to work in
since i'm a weisenheimer, hopefully the doodle would make me giggle
under those constraints, i started doodling, they made people laugh, so i had server space to burn and an affection for little round eggs, and thus started the e-yeggolution.
frequently thunked thinkswhat do i have to do with my e-yegg?
nothing...just cut and paste the code under the egg where you want it to appear on your page.
when will my e-yegg hatch?
when i have wrassled my short attention span to finish it. each e-yegg is done spur of the moment and takes about 20 minutes to do.
what program/tools make e-yeggs?
i use adobe illustrator. and the touchpad on my laptop. all images are completely digital although they may be inspired by a doodle i diddled on my pad.
easydamsel, you are an odd cookie.
i am indeed
who else has super cute adoptables?
behold the alliance of cute:
now, linky love for your pages.align>
all the wobble, none of the hatching. but hey, they're tiny!
~ (for pages with white backgrounds)
~ (for patterned/dark colour backgrounds)
new wobble e-yeggsso i figured i'd try my hand at animationy things...i'm starting slow. hope you enjoy the wobbly e-yeggs!
these are e-yeggs that have already hatched, i've given the image of the original e-yegg as well, but please note:
THESE E-YEGGS WILL NOT HATCH!