Hey hey guys, yup, it's me.
Yeah, I know, it's been a while, but to tell the truth, there isn't isn't anything interesting in my life to write about like most people here.
Well, there IS one thing though. I'm about to have surgery next month in March, which I'm a bit nervous about. I haven't had surgery like this since I was about 7 months old back in my country. I'm glad I can't remember, because from what I've been told, it was really major and took a long time for me to recover. But this surgery thankfully is not as major as that. *sigh* I'm trying to stay positive about it, and I've been told that after it, I'll feel much better and even be able to control and maintain my weight, which I've struggled with for many years. So yeah, crossing my fingers.
But other than that, I'm here. I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas, holiday, and Valentine season and still sticking to your New Year's resolutions.
I know I am. For this year, my resolution is to be more positive and not let depression overtake me so much. If things work out, things could change in a big way for me this year, especially in getting out of this dump town here in PA and back home to New York. But again, crossing fingers. And I'm still working on the spin-off to my Legacy Of The Gods story and looking for anyone who is willing to do commissions. Please note me for details. I know there are artists out there looking for commissions.....so where are you?
I'm just about ready to join that website for Children's Books authors. I really think this will help me get the recognition and feedback I need to gain more confidence and connections in getting my stories published. While I will still drop by Deviant Art every once in a while to see how the few friends I have here are doing, I honestly feel I have outgrown DA and to be honest.........I'm getting sick and tired of "sucking up" to certain "popular" artists here, the weird fetish art of fat, engorged girls, bondage, feet, and nudity. DA has sadly become just a popularity contest where only art of certain characters, lifestyles, said fetish are commented on and liked, and other artists follow in that footstep so they can look "cool" and be popular too. In the end, it's the artists who truly have amazing art, who show great talent in original characters and stories who suffer and get ignored. I know it sounds really picky, but it's true, and I don't think I'm the only one who noticed that. So yeah, sometimes you recognize when it's time to move on.
But, besides that though, I'm looking forward to a great Spring and Summer. Take care and I'll be back!