I suppose I should have said something about this the day it happened. Now that I am seeing it elsewhere, in other people's posting...
About ten days ago I received a note, from an ostensible 'DA Mod.' Claiming I had won a $100 gift certificate and 'just click this link!'
Yeah. I immediately went to their page. 'Just joined today!'
I deleted the note.
You get anything IN ANY WAY like this, please Repeat my sequence of events! God only knows what clicking that link will do to your account, or your computer.
I am an artist/photographer who's a fan of Futurama. I have submitted my works to Futurama Madhouse (The Leela Zone) (TLZ) and now I'll be displaying them here on DeviantArt. I hope you all enjoy my art and photos.
I apologize for the lack of work in the past two weeks. I've been in terrible shape, too fatigued to draw. What's even worse is that new art may be delayed even further because of my eyesight. Staring at screens so much has taken its toll. My eye ...
Anyone who follows my work knows I do mostly simple character drawings with minimal backgrounds. That, sadly, seems to be the best of my ability right now. I'd really like to move up to more complex projects with multiple characters and actual backgrounds, but it seems beyond me at this point. It's because of the way my brain works. I can't think when I draw. I have to always be looking at pictures for reference while drawing, otherwise I have no clue what I'm doing. It's hard, frustrating, time-consuming, and oftentimes doesn't even feel worth the hours of time and effort.
Here are two unfinished projects to illustrate what I mean. S
WARNING: This journal entry contains graphic descriptions of violence.
I first discovered this music track in early June. It's a remix of "Legion of the Lost," a MIDI track from Final Doom - TNT: Evilution. It was created as a tribute to a member of the Doom community who passed away. It is so beautiful, haunting and sad in every aspect. It is perfectly arranged; virtually every note grabs and pulls at the listener's heart strings and refuses to let go. I haven't been able to stop putting it on and listening, it's so mesmerizing.
The most incredible thing about it is that it made me imagine an ending cinematic playing out in my Futurama Vam