Yeeeeeeeeah, so I've been... pretty inactive on the internet over the last two weeks. This is mainly because I spent about a weeks worth of time away from the computer, the other half week with friends and little opportunity to do much on the computer, and the final half... just... playing Fallout 3 or Sims 3.
But now school is back in session, and I need something
to distract from the misery that that school inflicts upon me every weekday from here to June, so the internet is a great distraction. Expect to see more of me on lj and twitter.
But don't expect to see me on dA. I'm pretty much quitting cold turkey on that place, unless I start doing real art again and not just sketches some time soon. The people there just piss me off, and not the ones that interact with me directly, they're mostly nice. You know. Just the other 99.9999% of its users.
Anyway, let's post some sketches, shall we?
(Now I'm lame and didn't scan any of the note sketches drawn over the last semester, so these are, for the most part, moleskine sketches. And there aren't many of them. It's been an unproductive winter break.)
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Now then, onto something slightly different. It's January, and do you know what January is? That's right, it's hourly comic month! The month where every hour that you're awake of every day of January you draw up a panel or two depicting something that happened or something you thought of within that hour! I forgot for the first four and a half days of January, and made a feeble attempt to get an hourly started today, but really wasn't in the mood, what with it being the first day of school after the break and all. But here're my attempts, about 6 hours worth of material and 12 panels. Hopefully I'll do better in the coming days:
I'm trying to find whatever spirit was in me last year when I did these. Due to a death in the family, I only got about a week in, but I remember deciding to take Sundays off. We'll see if that happens again this year. The style itself is pretty much the exact same as last year. Not sure if that's a good or bad thing.