I'm primarily a writer whose visual artistic talents peaked in Junior High--though I was pretty good then. I have aspirations to make use of my writing in some major entertainment industry and so have my paltry art talents, and considerably better proficiency with cinematography from the lighting and acting to the actual cutting and mixing of the final movie, so wherever I end up I'm not disconnected from the rest of the process to put out the finished piece.
Current Residence: Washington Favourite genre of music: Classic Rock or maybe Electronic Favourite style of art: Anime or Romanticism Favourite cartoon character: Batman Personal Quote: I believe everyone has a story. I have several.
So, anyone who's been over to my site recently has probably noticed; it's completely awesome! Anyone who hasn't, you really should. My writing is continuing at a very respectible rate (if I do say so myself) my artistic skills have actually improved since I got a tablet--that or I'm jut not using Paint anymore, either way--and the biggest news of all is I have an artist with actual talent contributing their skills to the main story entries of Lost Girls' Society!
Niar Saga is complete, and Lost Girls' Society is my new serial updating Mondays and Fridays. So that means soon I will run out of Niar Saga art to post here, and soon the Deviant A
So in case anyone missed me, sorry for my absence. I have now completed Bartending Academy and have the workflow for my website much more under control--so hopefully I won't miss any more Monday posts here but ultimately I don't think I can actually commit to that.
For now though I'm posting 4 pictures instead of 2 to make up for missing a couple weeks. Expect more next week and then we'll see from there.
As always, thanks for taking the time to look at my work (still need to come up with an appropriate celebratory image for over 1,000 page views) and if you get a chance please visit my website and read Niar Saga.
So with lot going on in my life right now I missed on getting a new art-post up today. Instead of posting on a day other than Monday I'm going to call this an acceptible slip-up given my record and put in extra effort to get back to weekly Monday postings next week.
Don't worry about it. The "you'll do very well" counts for a lot after the "sloppy", especially presaged by "good".
Honestly art is more a hobby than something I expect myself to meaningfully develop, but given my own awareness of my artistic limitations I always appreciate it when anyone can find something good to say about it.