So, howdy. Been a while. Kind of been in an art coma since the world went to shit. Ironic, I have all the free time in the world now but I'm finding it hard to focus on anything.
To help clear my mind, I've decided to go back and clean up some of the more crusty pictures in my gallery I was never particularly happy with. Mainly TPP stuff, since a lot of that was done in the span of a half hour at most for the sake of keeping up with the pace of the stream. As a result, there was a lot of half backed and crappy art around that time.
This is a remake of the Feef pic I did a long time ago. The design for her was rather uninspired, just a Vulpix with white tails, so I decided to have a go at it. No idea if I'm gonna delete the original or just move it to scraps though, however.
For the record, still not entirely happy with the direction Pokemon has taken. I still have no plans on getting Sw/Sh or any mainline game in the future for a while now. I am at least okay with fan stuff though, which is likely what this franchise will be to me for the foreseeable future.
If you want to keep up to date with me, I'd recommend following my Twitter: twitter.com/TokoWH
With how user unfriendly Eclipse has been and how they seem to be encouraging the fav and run mentality with the new layout, I've found myself using Twitter a lot more than dA.
Glad to see you're still on DA. I've enjoyed seeing your art improve over the years.
And while I agree with you about Eclipse (I literally had to refresh this comment twice because it kept glitching) I would advise caution of being too active on Twitter. That site seems to have a decent share of perpetually angry and toxic people, so it's good to have some time away from Twitter to breathe.
I hope you've been alright in all of this chaos 2020 has provided.
Yeah. I'm well aware Twitter has really bad echo chamber problems. I've managed to at least dodge most of it by setting my region on Twitter to a language I can't read, so I don't have to put up with seeing constant angry hashtags on my feed. Also go to great lengths to make sure I don't follow any people who tend to complain.
Still, it just feels more viable when it comes to building an audience than DeviantART has felt since the update.