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  • It’s been a while.

    It’s been ages since I dropped in here. What’s up everyone?
    Request an invite here to join a great facebook art critique group.

  • #2
    Tumbleweed central at the moment dude. Pummel seems to chug along happily in its current format with some stalwarts bolstering the comings and goings of flaky types (myself included), the WSG is the same. Seen some great new artists pop up in the top two threads, but not really noticed them sticking around (they don't get much traction on their posts to be fair). Most of the regulars from ten years back seem to have melted away for good.

    On a personal level, I'm drawing more than ever, and even making a decent whack of money with commissions, having found a (giant robot shaped) niche that I fit in.

    How's your art progressing, made that book yet?
    HW W1/L2/KO0Behance


    • #3
      Sup Uggs! I drift in and out weekly, mostly to keep up the moderation, but RL has taken over for the most part.
      Check out Film Grouch!

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      Amadarwin's unauthorized, unscathing, unfinished biography.


      • #4
        What's up fellas, it has been a looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time!
        "Swiper no Swiping" - da da da Dora the Explorer


        • #5
          The world moved on from forums. Social media is more the communication method of today. Reddit is the main forum otherwise.

          I've barely had time in the past decade for anything other than work. Drawing became a luxury. I did get some formal art training mind you, from an ex-Disney guy who teaches here in the UK and an Award winning painter. So mentally, I'm probably a lot stronger. But unless in a classroom, nothing ever gets done by me anymore.

          Too burnt out by work days and family life to do anything else.

          I don't even read comics anymore - except the occassions Marvel-pre 2006 or DC pre-2011. Or Simpsons Bongo comics. Those are timeless.

          Even stopped watching comics related media like Atop the Fourth Wall and Comic Tropes (Chris Piers).

          Who has time for fun anymore?

          Post Tony Stark - only watching those Spider-Man movies.
          dA | PJ Sketchblog

          I want to be the man who can draw so many things, so well and in so many different ways.


          • #6
            Penciljack is pretty sweet!

            Smitty is dropping storytelling lessons from time to time.

            New artists are dropping in!

            Most of the curmudgeons dropped off.

            And that weekly sketch group puts out some fresh art every week!

            There’s good things happening if you pay attention.

            Most scenes aren’t noticeable until years after they end.

            You might be in the middle of a scene right now and not realize it.


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