After 4 years, I finally finished my degree on Graphic Design. Its another step in my ladder of life i guess. At the very least, no one could ever say i was a lazy hippie that never went to college (?)
So yeah, now, i'm not sure which way should i go. If i should keep running the freelance highway or to look for a job at someplace :/ I would really like something videogame-related. Although those kind of jobs i've seen here are mostly for mobile apps or such, and i see most 2d guys getting to work on textures, which i have no experience in and frankly, that's not my kind of thing, but whatever, you have to start somewhere.
Whatever the case, I love the sense of freedom i got now. and i feel like i'm at a panoramic vsta of what could become of me.
In other news, I guess i should be updating my deviantart more often :S But man, i've been so distant from this place in the last 6 months. Only updating the webcomic stuff and posting artworks now and then. Looking at my watchs' deviations became such a hazzle. I ended watching a lot of stuff i don't even care about. right now i got 960 unseen deviations and 238 unread journals x_x. I've also felt a lot less feedback from my watchers here, only 3 to 5 comments on every deviation or so. Maybe everybody else has moved to someplace else, like me. What do you think? Am i the only one that feels that deviantart isn't the same? or maybe I am not the same O.o
Anyways, as i said before, I became more active in other places, such as my two tumblrs: mylifewithfel.tumblr.com/kennoarkkan.tumblr.com/
and my furaffinity account: www.furaffinity.net/user/kenno…
Mainly because I find easier to manage the content i see there, and i think the feedback I recieve from viewers seems more, and better? I also get a lot of duplicates, people commenting in two or three sites at the same time, on the same picture (which I actually appreciate a lot, thanks guys!)
I dunno, after around 4 or 5 years fiddling with social media in my freelance work. I kinda believe i'm -not that good-
doing it? In all these years, i've seen people with worse content
than mine doing perfectly good,
with growing viewership and such; so i guess it's not a matter of content, but something else... hmm.
This is where the journal ends.Im open for commissions!