Deviant since Jul 11, 2006 | Premium Member until Dec 11, 2013
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So I have not updated much lately. How are you guys? Why I am even saying this, no one really reads these. xD Anywho, I have been playing Portal 2 on my gaming channel ([link] hence the awesome journal skin!
A lot has been going on in my life. I've just been keeping really busy. I have actually been working on art though, just slowly. I really want to post here more but the stuff I work on I feel isn't good enough because most of them are just doodles..
Also, I was thinking about going through my gallery and deleting some of my older drawings/old photography left on this account. Or just move some of them to my scraps. Any opinions on the matter? I was considering doing the same for some of my reallllly old youtube videos. So if I could get some input on that, that would be awesome.
Another thing I have been thinking about is starting commissions. For drawing, and meeting at whatever convention I go to to take pictures. I need to figure out paypal though.. Anyone know how to work it? I know how to buy stuff with it but not get paid through it. I was thinking about having an art table at Kuro-Neko con next year as well. Just to test to waters so to speak, when it comes to having an art table at least.