So it's been 20 years since Sonic the Hedgehog first came out and became the first video game I ever played. Sadly, I didn't have enough time to draw up a proper fanart piece to celebrate because I was working too hard on an entire Sonic the Hedgehog retrospective video review that you can find here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXlnxep8jF4&feature=channel_video_title
Anime Boston was a few months ago and I did pretty damn well for myself. My "4th Wall Cowboy" print was incredibly popular, so it seems crazy-ass crossovers are the way to go when trying to draw attention. I've been working on sketches more than last year thus far and have a
Wow 2010 sucked for me and art. I tried my damnedest to make stuff work out, but it just bombed. Motivation was lacking this year, which is something that's got to change, and hopefully will.
We got a reboot to the Castlevania franchise which.....well, was decent but kinda disappointing. (get your shit together, Konami!) I started playing a shyte-ton more Xbox, something I'd never thought I'd do. I finally caved and got on Twitter, something I definitely thought I'd never do. (check my site for that)
I finally got word that I was accepted into the Anime Boston artist alley, so I'll be there selling some stuff and want to make some new ideas
Oi, I have no idea why, but I hit the mother of all art blocks this year. I blame my living situation up until now for the lack of drive. I just didn't feel like doing anything other than surf. What a terrible feeling that is for an artist.
What's your worst bout of artist's block? Weeks? Months?
Hopefully, with a new change of environment (and the reclamation of my desktop and an actual desk-area with which to work at), I will regain a steady stream of musings with which to get back into gear.
Otherwise, poke the fuck out of me until I do.