Well, I didn't win again but Steve Yeowell did mention my artwork, so that's a win of sorts.
The new competition theme is up already. I admit I groaned a little when I saw it. So much to choose from, I said to myself. How the hell do I pick a subject???
Well, this time I am very likely going to do multiple entries. I have
four ideas - two of which I know which character to use. The other two
are more about style and composition. I almost thought about doing a
comic strip for it and then I thought of all the other things I need to
be getting on with and ditched that idea.
In other news, I
finally hit the 5000 pageview mark on deviantart over the night. I haven't marked any
deviantart related milestones before so I was prepared for this one with a big THANK YOU image, to thank everyone for their support.
I have been trying out something different. Whilst I was making The Hackman
I was recording my progress. I spent a considerable amount of time the
last couple of days trying to edit and squish four and half hours of
work into a video under 10 minutes long. Firstly I had find a decent
video editor free and native to Linux. Secondly I had to figure out how
to use said video editors and decide which was the best for my video
editing needs (I went for kdenlive in the end). Thirdly I had to do the
YouTube channel thing to upload the bugger onto the internet. The
video isn't perfect and it is blocked to people living in Germany
because of the music I used for it, but it is up and available to view. I find it quite hypnotic to watch myself. I have video progress for my Thank You image as well, but that has yet to be edited and uploaded.
I have been unsure whether to include this to my social network list
thing, but if you like music and care to know what other people are
listening to (other people like me) then you can head over to last.fm.