People are pretty generous around inksgiving. Especially since discounts and offers are far more accessible.
I hadn't thought of that, thanks for the help!
Sorry I don't have a good insight beyond endearing support from people who followed me into semi-retirement
I have seen a few artists advertise their inksgiving campaign with episodes well in advance of the event.Either to get a gage on what their fanbase is capable of contributing, or to help them prepare and stock up.
Sunday's art retrospective left 6 items in the positive and 4 new items in the negative. All things considered, I'm very happy with what I learned both technical and work-flow. I'm hoping it'll start to show in the quality that I'm taking a better fitted approach to making stuff.
Pumped about starting this weeks sprint (I should give it a different name so it doesn't feel too work-scheduled).
Really glad to see you being content with the retrospective work! Definitely give it a better name
I am sitting on the next Hex page and try to restraint myself with backgrounds xD When making Harvest Night I did my best not to beat myself over not-so-perfect backgrounds and it was so hard... But then it kinda clicked and I even actually enjoyed the process of doodling them. So what if they not perfect, I liked drawing them I guess I just need to put a switch on my "I can do it better" and shut it down sometimes. Doing things imperfectly with love is sure better than jumping over your head to hop into the pit of despair
It feels a little gimmicky the way I'm adding hands to my art, but I feel like I've practiced them a lot I should show something for it.
BTW I think the backgrounds were actually perfect in a very different way. The background presentation (if that makes sense) and minimal art rendering felt very integrated and impressionable when put together in a way that helped the style and scenes. (I'm really trying to adopt that kind of Integrative minimalism into my art and more in my lifestyle)"Harvest Night" was probably the best halloween project I've ever read!!!
Well, as I told you a few times before, I found your way of finding an angle for an art absolutely fascinating, because it seems to me like you have a great feeling for it and you are actually not shy about doing it, which is something I can only be envious of So as long as you feel like it makes your practice good, it's all for the best anyway.
Thank you so much, it makes me very happy you enjoyed it I am glad this project turned into somewhat of a lesson for me... and this is actually the 4th short story we made, which is nice
Speed Racer's kill count is surprisingly high for a racing anime......
Renaming my art workflow dictionary.
Considering "Retrospective" with "Reflections". I do my retro immediately after Sunday meditations to keep art goals mindful. Although reflection may be too ambiguous of activities involved.
Weekly "sprint" with weekly "dive". Was considering "walk" (too passive) or "climb" (projects aren't vertically progressive). Sprint over-emphasizes completion.
I'm thinking sometimes about a remake of my first comic, I think I can do it better, and my drawing skill is obviously better than it was.But anyway I don't know how to make this process. Just delete the old one and start to upload a new one, or replace the episode over the episode. But I want to delete some episodes and add some new ones. And anyway it's cool to remember how I started, all my old comments and readers' comments too, it's like a good thing to remember.
I was debating about finishing the chapter there. But I did a word count check and saw how long it was, and was like, nah that's a good stopping point for a chapter. It was a scene break anyway I like to make sure I break appropriately between chapters and scenes. The next scene could go on into that chapter and be "part" of it, but it's also a topic change of discussion for the characters sooooo new chapter it is.And I wanted to say I got 2 chapters done in a month in this stinking year
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Something something...in the blood lol, to you!
I just need a second to vent. Ever feel like you help too much? There is this new person at my job. They are nice and seemingly eager to learn. In general, I like doing training/teaching but this person... I feel stuck between a rock and a hard place. I'm the only other person who does our job full time, so management expects/requires me to have an active role in the training process (which is fine) but this person refuses to take ownership of their work. They'll do their research but they expect me or someone else (mostly me) to give them approval before they'll act. It takes time from my day to constantly review things with them and if they don't do their work, it'll come back to me to do. There are things I'll coach them on on Monday and come Wednesday, it'll still be in their folder and they need coaching again!. (End of Venting)
I'm glad you're with us.
I've seen other creators start a brand new series when they've improved their art drastically. Especially to get around some of the editing limitations/logistics.
Do I know you ma'am?
I am a pretty famous person, so there is a possibility
I might have just seen you somewhere else. This place is pretty exiting, you know... new people - new souls to be embeded by God. I'm new here! Quite exited!