I've been quiet on DA since going on hiatus, but I said I would keep you updated and I'm here to do just that!
You may know but probably don't: I've relaunched my website that has long been MIA. Well, by launch I mean I've built and optimized just enough of it for it to work properly and look fine. There isn't much more than my own ramblings on there for now, but who knows what it'll look like by Version 1.0 (it's currently at 0.3, so it's still far off from actual release). It's an unconventional design (I think) but I believe it works really well. I would love to get your feedback on it, though. Especially if you encounter any anomalies like bugs and such.
I've really missed writing and now that the design and performance of the website are solid enough, I can start writing sentences instead of code (well, mostly)! I just posted my first actual journal entry since the initial welcome post, too! I'm unsure how interesting my life is, but this one might interest you, as it is about the process of creating a really important artwork of mine. It's, admittedly, a long-winded multi-part story, but it's all necessary for comprehension's sake.
To me, art is more than technical expertise, so I think it is important to talk about the complete experience of its creation. I will get to the part where I talk about the brush I used or the reason I chose one color over another, but first I need to give you insight into the arguably far more important parts of it. Oh and throughout these posts, I will show some of my old works since early childhood. It's not "new" art by any means, but it might just as well be, because you've likely not seen it yet!
Here is the post:
That's it for today, have a great day!
PS: Going forward, all my updates will be on my website. I suppose I might share it on here, too, if anything major happens, but you know, that won't be too often.