Took me about time, but, as promised, some news.
About the gallery : that's it, I'm done tidying. I've gathered Les Carnets (old project) and Maniacity in a single "personnal projects" folder since, Les Carnets is a dead project but with interesting visuals, that I should still be able to exploit as ambiances in single illustrations, and Maniacity just isn't ready yet. Which shouldn't prevent me from submitting illustrations and informations on that thing once in a while. I haven't deleted anything, only put as "Featured" what could be used as a Portfolio, and put what's left in general categories:
All the Fanarts have been gathered
So, I've seen this Eclipse advertisement from DeviantART.
While I'm liking both the ad itself (okay, they made it with pretty colors and I just love pretty colors. Bear with me guys I'm addict and there's no cure except more colors), and the concept, as it would mean I no longer need to seek to make a dedicated portfolio... well, it also annoys me a bit. I've got pretty much old pieces over here, full of imperfections, that I would not like to see in a portfolio. But I still somehow like them. I was kind of wondering if it would be interesting to make a "draw this again" for the ones of them I like the most? Your point guys? Waste of t
Little update, comissions aren't stopped at all. My first comisionner isn't in a hurry, so I've been able to make an Inktober duet with Nyarlah (https://www.deviantart.com/nyarlah) (sorry, their DeviantART is mostly inactive, you'll have to check their TumblR to have a look at their artwork).
I'm a day late but Inktober is soon finished, we made it in the shape of a classic 32 cards game, with the benefits of both forcing us to design characters that haven't been designed yet, and put down a little presentation for each of them. I know it is less than the little sceneries made with alcohol markers I can sometimes provide, but it's still a good thing. I'm sure you'd muuuu
I've gotten away from Ankama products since 2009, you're a decade late but IT IS high quality graphic wise. A shame they tend to treat their employees like disposable slaves (big hours and low wages included, with bad ambiance and pressure).