Alright! I'm quitting my current art school. I've decided. It's done. Since there's only a month left, I'm gonna finish the damn year, but then that's it. I'm off on my own!
What'll probably happen, in the terms of comic books and art life:
-I'll continue doing commissions, the more the better.
-Continue/start webcomics. Creating a website for them if possible?
-Search on the net or in real life for art jobs. If I find an editor who wants to publish my comic strips/books, I think I couldn't be more satisfied.
Now let's talk about those commissions that some of you are waiting for. I didn't see the time fly so fast, and I realize some have asked for it for more than a month, and that's just irresponsible for me to make you wait that long. I really apologize.
I do have alot to do these days. Like I said, I'm finishing this school year, so for one month I'll still have work to do for school. That screws up some days I'd happily spend drawing the commissions for you.
And there's also the fact that I love making little comic strips, and love continuing the kigo comic book, which also takes up some time.
But I promise to do my best and get the commissions done as soon as possible.
Oh and there's also the fact that I got my computer (amongst other things) stolen last week so I have to go to people's house for photoshop. (What can I say? Life is an adventure!)
Here's details for commissions, if ever you're interested: nana-51.deviantart.com/journal…
That's it! Thanks for reading!