I guess that DA is using a new layout. Probably one optimized for smart phones and tablets. That's going to take some getting used to.
Does anyone actually use computers anymore? I mean, I kind of have to for art, and I've never been much of a phone guy, but am I in the minority?
In other news:
Refer to my old journals for Seeds of Fate stuff.
I'm not going to ask for graphic help because at the moment I've got a couple people that have been very helpful in that regard.
If you like BE Comics,
then the BE Story Club put out another one of mine. This time it's a superhero parody called The Adventures of Superstar
, which was a loving pastiche (read: derivative) going in and coincidentally got moreso in the time it took for me to finish the script and submit it, but I love capes so I had to get that out of my system one way or the other. There's also The Lucky Lady
, a noir-ish prohibition era deal they had me write that got finished a while back. Not entirely sure how I'm doing with those scripts but people seem to be buying them since they keep asking me to do more.
I can't do polls the proper way,
since I'm not a subscriber as I'm constantly broke. I say ironically since, while commisisons are great and I'm apprecative of people that buy them and try to do my best on that regard, I need to find more ways to monetize. I see a lot of other artists I like moving to sites like paetron or releasing image packs. I'm not saying I necessarily want
to do those things, but I'm thinking about it. So, if I were to release an image pack, what would you guys want to see? Would you even buy it or wait for it to get ripped and show up on an imageboard?
(Because we're all grownups here or should be, so I'm not going to pretend it doesn't happen.) If I were to get a patreon page, what would you want to see there?
I've never been confident enough in my consistency to do a webcomic, so that probably wouldn't be on the table, but again, I'm open to suggestions.
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