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So, I've decided to get back into doing commission work, starting off with a group of people I write with as often as I can. Somewhere, it seems that I had slowly drifted off of being an artist, and got beached with the job I am working right now, an aircraft mechanic. I'm not really complaining about doing it, though, as it's not a bad job, and it's pretty cool seeing how these things work. I'd also be lying to say I haven't learned anything useful, or important, or just plain interesting. Even more so to say that I haven't met some insanely awesome people here.

I just haven't been as active with my artwork as I want to be, and that's what's kind of killing me at the moment. I'd get a really good idea of what I want to do, but I'd get inspired at completely the wrong moments, usually when I'm far away from my own computer. So, I figured, to get me back into it, of doing a few small commissions, and seeing where that goes. I'll be sure to pass along the details once I figure things out.

Commission - Holy Man's Sabers by ChrisNsMortale's Saber, Active by ChrisNs

  • Listening to: Electronic music
  • Watching: Farscape
Okay, I'm back on after four years, and yes, I've been doing stuff. (Just in case anyone was ever interested.)

I've been trying out new stuff since I took an extended leave from DA. Most of the stuff I've been doing has been posted on Renderosity, and my own website at

I'll be posting things here every so often. Hope you enjoy what I have.
  • Listening to: Soundtrack to Homeworld 2
I'd thought it best to take a moment to introduce myself.

Needless to say, I'm an artist of sorts.

I'm a Renderosity and Inner Traveler member of three and one years respectively, and I have a website of my own, the link I've provided on my profile here.

I've been rendering since 7th grade and drawing since earlier.

I am a junior in college, and do have plans for life but figure it best just to see which hands I'm dealt as time goes by.

Look forward to posting more.

  • Listening to: Jerry Goldsmith (film score composer)