I'm all caught up with DA now!
I've gone through everyone's art, caught up on webcomics, and got around to uploading some of my stuff from the past year.
I think I'm ready to be an artist again.
I'm working on a really big piece right now for a gallery. One of the problems with big stuff is frames. Frames seem to come in two styles - really tacky and cheap, or terribly expensive. Recently I've just been going to pawn shops and buying someone's framed jigsaw puzzle, or crappy old poster, and throwing the content away and keeping the frame. But then you never know what size you're going to get. Last year I managed to find some Disney st
I'm coming back. . .
I went on to DA after a year, there are over 1,000 things to look through.
Am I even an artist anymore? I started wondering about that, took up a pencil again, it's not all lost!
I think I will start uploading things here again.
Thanks for sticking with me.
For those of you interested in Japan, or pretty scenery, I've put up a calendar for sale:
If you're interested in my life, or Japan, here is my blog:
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http://www.randomisgod.com - Website
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1. How many stories do you have? Have you been working on them long, do you find yourself dropping older ones to work on newer ones?
I like to kill off stories and just work on one, because I tend to get overwhelmed and I really don't have a lot of free time. But I have a list of backburner things in mind... I also hate dropping things, I feel really guilty about them. So I tend not to put energy into things that I think might get dropped. But, like my Two Moons comic, there are some stories I tend to muse over from time to time and consider going back to.
2. Do you think there's such a thing as too