Hello, fellow DeviantArt user! You must've stopped to this profile either by somehow finding it on your own, or via my existing FlightShift channel on YouTube. I have not made any updates to these two profiles for a long while now, so here's one for this account! This profile in particular, Flightx, currently contains standalone artworks and miscellaneous, obscure works made by yours truly. The FlightShift YouTube channel, which co-exists with Flightx, is currently meant for video game music uploads. Due to time constraints, I cannot engage in the practice of "mass-producing" videos, nor am I currently able to deliver content that is not video game music.
I had created the @FlightShift account on Twitter in March 2015, after trying the service here and there with various usernames, such as "SurcutFlight" and "FlightShiftX," the latter of which was the previous username I went by during 2013 and 2014. This was because a music artist by the name of Da Kreek had been using "FlightShift" as his username, but it didn't take long until he dropped it and used a different username. This gave me the chance to go ahead and create the present account from scratch. Up until now, ever since I joined the service for the first time as the aforementioned "SurcutFlight," I have not really thought about what ways should I use this service, so I chose to seldom use it for the time being. But the more I check it as of late, the more ideas show up in my head, such as often posting progress on how my artworks turn out, for example.
Since Twitter seems more like a hassle-free approach to me, and I don't really have to resort to posting different types of content for two separate platforms, I have come to the conclusion that I'll end up being more active in the service. However, please be aware that I won't be able to deliver content at a faster pace than usual, just like on YouTube and DeviantArt at present.
But, you say you don't want to move to Twitter for some reason, huh? No problem. I will continue to maintain this account, as well as the FlightShift YouTube channel as before. There should not be a significant change in how I manage these accounts. Please note that I still won't be active much on either service.
I will eventually think about what to do with these two profiles, such as simply using Flightx as a repository for new content (I also have a pixiv account-- it's called FlightShift, if you were wondering). Right now, I can't think about any ideas for the FlightShift YouTube channel. Because it is a VGM channel, it is much more difficult for me to settle on what I want to do with it without deleting said content, so as to sustain the already-low growth rate of the channel. Regardless of this factor, I see myself continuing to use both accounts in the future, so my time here (and on YouTube) isn't over yet. That being said, please look forward to the new content I will be able to provide in @FlightShift.
Thank you very much for reading and understanding.
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