Mastopeeps, you're my favourite.
I love this community so much!
Everytime I walk past this little scene my heart gets filled with happiness. 💞🐵🐻🐶💕
Just wrote up a blog post with a life update and exciting things coming up in my art and comic world…!! The next month or so is going to be so awesome, I can't wait!
Read it here: http://liquidflare.net/update/2018/new-apartment-and-comics-camp-vancaf-collaborations/ (There are pictures!)
A good piece to christen this new account with; finished full illustration commission for WolfWings! This is his brown Hyena character, Splitpaw, who is selling a powerful magical artifact to a local trusted dealer. This was such a blast to work on!
I haven't been getting much done on the art front, though, but I'm feeling fine about that. I've been busy! Our new place is still rather chaotic, with boxes and things scattered around, but we'll hopefully be able to deal with most of that after this weekend when we get more furniture.
So more art and creative things will happen! I'm just easing into it slowly. That and spending way less time online, which I think is good for me.
Hope you all are doing well!
Hey y'all! Sorry for disappearing for a while there… I have been moving!
The move is about 80% completed now. We are fully moved into the new place (yaaaaay!), but we still have a lot of furniture and things at the old place we have to get rid of. We have until the end of the month to do that, so we have time. I just wish it was done, you know? :)
The new place is great. I'm so happy here. And we can have pets!!! I can't wait to get a dog here, you all have no idea. :D
So yeah, good things!
@julloyart It was some advice I heard! I'm not a runner myself, and didn't have the discipline to keep doing it. XD But I wish you all the luck in finding something that works for you! And yeah, I think the point is to go at a pace you can handle and slowly ramp it up as your stamina improves… but I'm speaking from second hand advice, not from experience. :) Good luck!
@julloyart The advice I got is just to jog until you feel winded; then walk for five minutes and start jogging again when you feel ready. Don't worry about trying to make a certain time at first, just let yourself stop when you feel winded and start again after. Your stamina will eventually get better and you'll start running for longer periods. :)
on bird site, I once saw a vintage lesbinan flagging pin that said simply "don't die wondering". I'm finding myself thinking about that now. The sheer amount of cultural context packed into those three words is breathtaking.