Lately I've been going to school for web development, so I haven't devoted much time to personal art. Right now I'm focusing my time towards my career, instead of my own art. I've actually done some things there that I intend to post here later, as well as a bit of photography I've started doing, but my illustration and that has been pretty much nil.
Inspiration for that only seems to come to me every so often now, and being able to pull through and actually do something even less so...I guess I'm just saying that I'll probably be on an indefinite hiatus for now, but that's not really anything new. But at least now when you don't hear from m
Lately I've been feeling really bad about not having gotten very far into Stylivia, so I've been trying to make an effort to get back to that. When I originally envisioned the story, I planned for it to be something short and easy, just as an exercise to get myself into doing comics. It's still going to be a relatively short comic, but I soon realized as I fleshed out the ideas in my head that what I had planned for a "simple exercise" was far beyond my abilities as an artist. For the most part, it still is.
But I don't care.
The only way I'll ever grow as an artist is to do art. I haven't been doing that, which is why most of the time when