...to a big chunk of my artist gallery.
I'm going on a super-duper cleaning frenzy! There's gonna be a lot of old drawings from between 8 to 10 years ago that I'll be getting rid of. Don't worry! It's only the old ugly stuff.
This day was bound to come sooner or later, guys. There is just so much junk taking up this gallery that's no longer relevant and sometimes just flat-out embarrassing. I did want to warn you before I did it, guys, since a few of you actually like some of my early work. But don't worry, I'm not getting rid of ALL of it. But still a considerably large amount.
I've gotten into this tidy mood, I feel like it's just time to do this once again.
Futhermore, to be frank, I'm also a little tired of people getting the wrong impression that I'm STILL obsessed with my crossover pairing because they see it in the ugly mushiness of my old, teenager art. That's not really the case. I love drawing my comic and I like having come up with a feasible way characters like Shadow and Sandy could work together (it involves a lot of growing up and past experience on Shadow's part, a lot of maturing and present/future experiences for Sandy), but that's the present, not the past.
So hey! If you wanna save any of my old "Shandy" art, feel free to do so within the next day, 'cus it's going bye-bye.
Another thing to say goodbye to! My Patreon Campaign.
I really did try my best, but with how limited I am tech-wise, my best wasn't enough to run this. I got some not-so-radical news from my doctor and I'm pretty much having to do physical therapy for the rest of my days to minimize the chonic pain I have. Not get rid of. Minimize. It's not a terrible thing, the exercises make me feel good about myself and it truly is minimizing a pain that has always been there, but it takes up a lot of my time. Time I was planning to devote to Patreon.
I foolishly tried running with both for a little while, but I wasn't able to cater people to the fullest like I planned. There were more important things to do and promises were not being kept in a timely manner.
However! Something really good came out of it. Encouragement. I was so floored that there were people more than ready to support me financially, it really put a spring in my step. If anybody wants their money back, I'm more than willing to give it back, but I am keeping my promise and I will be investing what I received towards something that will help me share my content more often. I will be able to fix my tablet pen and get a proper scanner with what I have. If there is anything left over, it's going to start a slow and steady fund to a better computer. So excite!