I've walked away from my art a lot in my life for different reasons. To play video games instead, because I had a job, other reasons. They're just excuses though and I should be working on this thing that I'm so passionate about. It's been almost a year now since I started up with the idea of Soaring Against Time...and done nothing with it since January. I can remember the excitement when I handed out the mini comics I had made to complete strangers around where I live. I have a lot of depression that I deal with and I can be brought down from feeling fine easily sometimes. I don't know why I keep coming and going with my art. I lost my wacom
My use of this site has been in cycles just like my life is, for the most part. Without saying to much about my personal life, I'm feeling less depressed and know how to cope with it when I do feel that way these days. Recently I've decided to combine my love of video games with my love of art and start developing a game idea that will keep me interested in working on it almost every day. I want to get people on board for this and make the game a reality that I and others can enjoy playing. The game is called 3000 Miles Under London. It's a steampunk themed survival horror inspired game idea. It's still being developed by me as a whole right
Soaring Against Time is the comic I'm currently writing and drawing. Its about 3 teens from a race of alien bird people that have one month to free their mayor's imprisoned life force from a shape shifting cage. Where we're going we don't need... punctuation. *Puts on glasses* Mood hysterical because I'm really excited about it. So excited in fact that I sometimes take naps out of fear of how awesome it's going to be. That...that sounded better in my mind.