Ugh. 2011 was not what i'd call a particularly good year. Figures that it was the 10 year aniversairy of MT and stuff, too. ^^;; One casualty of the year was a lot of BS with my host and the loss of the server containing the Fredart and Sarah's Origami websites. I have backups, so i can put things back together, i just haven't had the time yet... that and the fact that i really want to change fredart itself into a site i actually use to post and organize stuff rather than an older, rarely used repository of my older work.
When i built the site back in 2000, non-static websites were kind of the new thing, sites that built themselves, pars
One nice thing about the premium membership stuffs is that i can edit and customize the page here a little. I get the impression you still can't change the background colors (i coulda swore there was a way to do that, but whatever, it's not a huge deal). Need to work on interconnecting this and my PIXIV stuff via my Fredart page.
oh wait, there it is, at the bottom of this very page. Journal Skin. Doh.
When i poked at my email this morning i saw that someone had given me a Deviant Premium Membership account for a year. It was given anonymously, so i don't know who to thank specifically, but thank you :) It is something i think i will actually be able to use, my experience here at dA has been pretty good so far. :)
So, thank you for the Christmas give, anon DA person, and a Merry Christmas and happy holidays and whatnot to everyone. Here's to looking forward to a much more interesting (content filled and productive) new year as well :)
someone commented on the Kimiko AJWB2M image that they'd love to buy a poster of the image... not realizing that the posters have been available in the MegaGear store for a few weeks now. Duh. ^^;; I guess it would help if i like, yknow, told everyone. Here's a link: http://www.megagear.com/product_p/mt%2004-1009.htm
I'm sure that over the years most people who've done MT fanart, in particular those that have either sent me a link or given me original drawings or printouts at conventions and such, have often wondered if i even look at them because i've never put together any sort of MT Fanart repository to collect and share the voluminous amount of stuff out there. Truth is, i DO look - i look at everything that i come across, but almost never know exactly how to reply. Even for works I really like (trust me, I have seen a LOT of awesome) I am hesitant to say so. Why is this?
The reason, i think, mostly has to do with the fact that i don't want to disc