So I've decided that, beginning with chapter 6, Eon's World 2.0 will be taking a Netflix approach to its release schedule. Instead of releasing one or two pages a week until the end of a chapter and then taking a break, I will be releasing an entire chapter once it is complete. While this may mean longer breaks between new content, it will also mean no more waiting around for the next page, which can be annoying, as it disrupts the flow of a story. It will also mean I'm under less pressure to get a page done by a particular day, meaning I can devote more time to improving the quality of the artwork and the storytelling.
I'm happy to report t
So, on occasion, it has been suggested to me that I ought to offer commissions. Since I could use the money, this idea has finally started to appeal to me. So, if anyone reading this is interested in having me draw something for you, please get in touch and we can discuss details.
I think a fair pricing structure would be:
£5 for a character with no background (or a plain colour background)
£10 for a character with a simple background
£15 for a character with a complex background
And an extra £3 for each additional character
Anyways, if you're interested, do get in touch.
This is just a very quick note. My previous journal entry was a response that was requested by a user who is now blocked. Evidently, this individual was not remotely interested in what I had to say and was just out to provoke a drama. But it has been my policy since late last year not to be drawn into any drama concerning the Scottish independence referendum. So, that individual is now blocked, along with another, whom I haven't heard from in a long time anyway, and who appears to have been linked to the previous journal entry, specifically to get her riled up. I'm guessing it was by the person who first requested comments on the result. The
I hadn't planned on further comments about the referendum here, but since somebody asked, I'll post what I wrote on Facebook yesterday. I have no comment about the riots in Glasgow, other than to say that I'm not terribly surprised. People are upset and angry and I get the impression that they were certain they'd win and finding they didn't, they don't really know what to do -- a lot like the Tea Party in the wake of Mitt Romney's defeat in 2012. Some will lash out, some will accuse the other side of fraud, and some will claim that it was all a colossal media conspiracy and it's the press's fault that they lost. Frankly, I'm glad the campaign
Cross posted from Facebook:
I'm voting No because I love Scotland.
Scotland has always been a part of my life, as my mother's side of the family is from here, so visits were pretty routine growing up. But I first came here long term in 2005 to study at the University of Stirling and, by the end of my first semester, I had fallen in love with this place and decided I wanted to live here. It took some effort and some good fortune, but I finally got to move back here after I graduated and I've been here ever since. Entirely by choice, I have spent most of my adult life in Scotland and I don't want to live anywhere else. In the three and a half