Those following me may have noticed the sudden stop to my uploads. Normally, during a drawing challenge, I manage to upload something each week, even if I eventually finish said challenge several months late. But, 2020 ended in a very chaotic manner, and 2021 is looking to be more of the same. But, I'm not posting this journal to whine about my life. This post is about something that's potentially more relevant to y'all on here. Put simply, I haven't been enjoying my time on DA lately. With each new update, the website has become increasing difficult to use, and in turn, the less I want to deal with it. I'm also somewhat annoyed at the way the staff have been overworking the PR machine, brushing aside concerns and complaints from long-time users in favor of praise from new users who have never seen the old site. These days, I've mostly been hanging around Tumblr or Fur Affinity, as both of those sites keep things fairly stable, listen to their users, and attempt to keep things
Over the past year, I posted a lot of Christian art -- primarily the 48 Saints I was doing as a Lenten project -- and as a result, I gained several new followers. However, while Christianity is a major part of my life, I also enjoy the darker, more unsettling, side of things, and this will reflected in my uploads in the near future. For the past few years, I've joined in with the Inktober / Drawtober challenges by creating a series of artworks based around a core theme, such as Rocktober in 2018, and Villaintober in 2019. This year, the theme is Securetober ; a set of 31 four color images based on entries from the SCP Foundation. I've been a fan of the SCP Foundation for years, but I understand that it's something of a niche interest. If you're not familiar with the SCP Foundation, don't worry too much. I'm preparing a Beginner's Guide that will bring everyone up to speed. I also completely understand if you're not interested in seeing this sort of thing. That's why I'm giving
So earlier I posted that Villaintober would feature 23 general enemies, 7 bosses, and 1 especially noteworthy boss. After getting this far, I think I'd like to shuffle this plan a little. Bosses tend to be more interesting than the run of the mill cannon fodder, and with the two entries per franchise rule, things are getting a wee bit weird in an attempt to find new characters to draw. Also, there's an odd blooper in the original roster I wrote up, as it's possible to list one character as a general enemy and as a boss, depending on where you are in the game.
Thus, starting tomorrow, we're doing boss characters. This brings the final roster