Can it really be 7 years... if I was inactive for one of those years? XD
I've been lurking around here for about a year, but not really doing anything. Here, that is.
Out there, I've been active with a couple of other projects.
Almost one year ago, I began development for a Doom mod that would aim to faithfully recreate the weapon behaviors, items, and upgrade systems that were present in DOOM. I call it Embers Of Armageddon
. It's given me a lot of experience with digital editing, and with the new language that came out recently for GZDoom, called ZScript.
I'm still working on it, and expect to complete a closed alpha of the project very soon.
I'm also a beta tester for the now hit mod, Quake Champions: Doom Edition
. Been there well before it was released. Still there now.
I worked on overhauling the story elements for a Doom mod known as Solace Dreams
. I also drew all of the characters that were there in the game.
I've helped out a ton of people with Doom coding and suggestions for Doom mods.
About 75% of this happened on Discord. Speaking of which, I'm a moderator for three Discords servers now... one of which is the Quake Champions: Doom Edition
Discord (formerly the D4T (a.k.a. Death Foretold, a.k.a. Doom For Touch)
Discord). I've been very active there, because I can answer and get answers faster, and speak/write in real-time.
And there's so much more in real life that I'm doing now. I'm taking networking classes, I just earned my programming certificate, and I'm way more in tune with the Catholic Faith now than ever before.
During all of this time, though, I have
been drawing. I just hadn't uploaded anything for a long time. As you read these words today, I am uploading and submitting my latest and greatest creations.
Also, just to let you know, I won't be giving out llamas for a very long time. The reason is because I'm using a little extension that allows me to click on a llama button next to someone's name in order to give llamas. However, GreaseMonkey (the application that allows this One-Click-Llama Button to work) and the button itself have updated to newer versions of Firefox, which get rid of compatibility for many of the little add-ons that I like to use (not to mention, it's clunky as heck). Until Firefox Quantum gets to a much less clunky point, llama production is going to be uber minimal.
I've read through all sorts of favorite and watch notifications, and I wish to say thank you for adding my art to your galleries, and thank you for watching me! I have a big batch of stuff on the way, and I hope I don't disappoint.
God bless you!
- Sigfried (a.k.a. DoomKrakken)