Good day, my dear ladies and gentlemen. My name is Sima Septar. I'm the chief of medicine in this experiment and the head of the „Samiras Step“-organization.
Unfortunately, I have to tell you with a heavy heart that our experiment had to be prematurely canceled due to a technical malfunction. But don't worry. The data we have gained during the experiment is more than sufficient to further enhance our upmarked pallet of quality products and even to found new fields of research on them. The experiment was a complete success despite its untimely end.
Ms. Lee has been restored to her original size and sent home to her family, w
I know it's kind of a rude move to not make this a journal but it came to my mind recently that maybe not all of my watchers are interested in reading my journals so they unwatched that part of my output.
And usually that would be okay, but this topic is pretty important to me, so I wanted to let all my watchers see what I have to say.
Or better: What I have to ask.
If you have followed my works for a while (or just taken a peek at some random pages) you can see that my comics are prety varied in their concepts, but the content is mostly the same (shrinking, talking...). This is due to the fact that I'm not really into much more than the bar
so I banged this out on discord and thought I'd share it for those who just love art. this is my honest opinion as both an artist in hobby, someone seeking a worth while story, and an American.
America has seen a stark decline in 2D animation because of the rise in 3D based studios to help offset the costs of making big film projects. while I love good CGI, 2D has a long standing place that I'd like to never see go away and as the costs are cut more and more, people keep taking away from what 3D rendering can do to be stunning and make it look cheaper and feel cheaper just to watch. add on the fact that many Americans just don't know a good
It have been over five weeks since I left for my break, and I guess now is a good time for an update.
So, where to start?
My personal situation (considering the tough times) has bettered a bit in the past weeks. There are still some worse days but at least I am currently able to get up in the morning and work for some time.
Which brings me to the topic of my projects. I am currently working on the picture-story-hybrid I talked about some time ago and can annonce it's about 40% done. I also was able to bring myself to make a few new models, even though they aren't that high quality I am now able to make more works.
But even if progress is pr
I originally wanted to write an interminable entry about everything, but after a long time of overthinking it, I decited to keep things shorter. "But what are you going to talk about", I hear you asking. The answer is as follows:
After I have finished my most recent project, one would assume that I'll now return to my usual upload schedule, which would mean I'd upload something tomorrow.
Which is not the case...
Actually, I won't be uploading anything for quite a while. There are many reasons for this, so let me explain:
Firstly, as many people are, I'm going through some tough times at the moment which are slowing my working process quite a
Okay, I have talked this topic to it's death and never seem to get tired of making a fuss about it, but it's something that's on my mind every time I upload another part of my CrossOvered story.
As you all might know by now, I'm quite splitt over uploading so much written stuff on my page which used to be comics only with the additional picture here and there. So to me it's like betraying my old self and with that all my long time watchers.
For now this whole "uploading written works" thing isn't as bad, because for every written work there's a comic or at least a picture after it. But there will be a time in the future when this is not the c