Man, seriously, me and the internet have not been getting along lately. I just haven't felt like being on the computer for ages, I'm so sorry....I do try to do all the right things and then wind up putting my foot in my mouth because I just get lazy. I am happy I've done a little better then last year, but still not great.
Hopfully I'll have a few things finished to upload here soon, it's just hard getting back to my own stuff after a semester of life drawing *ugh*.
Seems kinda silly to annouce it just a day or so before the con, but it's been kinda iffy just knowing if the registration took this year. But found out last week, that yes, I got in and should have a table [I better have a table...or I'll cry].
..so I've been keeping myself very busy this last month or so trying to get everything done for a con I had no idea if I was going to or not...again, silly. But *phew* after this weekend I'm really, despertly going to try to catch up on things around here [and hopefully everywhere else.]
.......Kheelan, you've said that a million times before, we'll believe it when we see it.
I don't mean
Just thinking that thinking is a scary thing....no...I was thinking that it seems nobody does anything just for fun anymore. Well, that's not quite true, but some things that one does for fun can change into a real chore real quick. What got me on this train of thought is trying to just draw for myself...I've been drawing for other people so long I seem to have [at least temporarily] forgotten what I enjoy working on. At art school they try to put an emphasis on building on your skill set, but in the end you adapt your style or approach to the teacher's opinion because that tends to be what gets you the better grade. The alternative is to con