I'm running a patreon to support my webcomic, The Firelight Isle! Often feel like I'm just spamming my followers on other social media by talking about it all the time, but it really is important to me, and the money goes right back into the creation...
One of my favorite ways to spend a break is to go back and view works on ArtStation or DeviantArt and similar places. I like to see how artists evolve over time and how similar themes pop up in other pieces later on
It's like listening to classical music and seeing familiar refrains show up in different compositions over the years
Hi all! ^__^
I've been a bit quiet lately, and it's mostly because I've been spending every evening working on this!! The kickstarter for a hardback bindup of the first volume of my webcomic, The Firelight Isle!
There's an animated trailer and everything! (It took AGES =_=)
GIFs GIFs! These are from a promotional video that I'm making for a Kickstater to print the first volume of my webcomic, The Firelight Isle! Can't wait to get this all finished ^_^
Fun tinnitus tonight. 2 tones, one high and piercing, one randomly alternating between two lower pitches. Always gets worse when I'm tired.
Here are some GIFs from an animation that me and my partner, Kate, did for The Tower of London! ^_^ Nice to have an excuse to get these out.
Full animation here:
More GIFs! These are from a promotional video I made AGES ago for my webcomic, The Firelight Isle. The style and story has changed a lot since then!
They've since been recut into a new video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrZEKOmWej0
It's still a few years off, but I've been wondering lately what to do after The Firelight Isle. There's so much I'd love to do, so many genres I'd like to write in and styles I'd like to try, plus all sorts of other media! I just don't know how to pick one.
SO, the internet is stuffed full of brilliant artists! So much so that it's overwhelming sometimes. But what qualities keep you coming back to an artist for more?
I find looking around that often the artists that achieve greatest exposure tend to do one thing and do it consistently and publicly, until they're known for it. But what draws you in, and who are the artists you find yourself going back to for inspiration or entertainment?
Does anyone else find they go through cycles with social media? I'll have patches where I'm really active, and have the motivation to engage frequently, then I'll go quiet for weeks or months, but still check my accounts kind of listlessly.