A lot has happened during the last couple of months, many of which that have changed the way I feel towards a lot of things I care about, for the best and the worst. I won’t go into detail about them since they are very personal, but I want to announce everyone some things I will be doing:
I will be deactivating this account and checking out of Deviant Art:
This one is a big decision I have made, since I had many friends and learned a lot from this site. However, I feel like that I deviantArt has done enough for me that I should to move on to other things.
I will also be deactivating my tumblr blog “papabecrazy” too.
I first have to save my refs I collected on it, but after I do, I will be getting rid of that account.
Speaking of moving on to other things, I will be moving away from the sonic the hedgehog franchise as well. It’s been a fun time being part of it, but I feel like venturing to other things, places where I can also improve my skills in art.
Since I will be leaving the sonic community, this also means I will officially be canceling TMoU. I have been losing interest and fun in continuing the comic due to amounts of stress I put on myself to complete it (even though I never really completed issue 1). I have other ideas for other, more original comics I really want to do but can’t seem to pursue them since I been thinking too much about TMoU.
I do plan to release the rest (but unfinished) pages of Issue #1 of TMoU, you will find them all down below:
Page 10 Thumbnail (WHATiFGirl helped me with this thumbnail and the thumbs for page 7 to 9)
Page 10 part 1
Page 10 part 2
Page 25 (End of Issue 1)
As of people own stuff for, I am afraid to say that I will not be able to complete anything for you.
In the end, I’m happy that I got to be part of the journey with you guys, but it’s time for me to move on. I hope you all do well and hope you all continue to improve and become great artists in the future.
To end, I want to leave these quotes for you all:
“Sacrifice is a part of life. It's supposed to be. It's not something to regret. It's something to aspire to.”
― Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet in Heaven
“Follow your passion, be prepared to work hard and sacrifice, and, above all, don't let anyone limit your dreams.”
― Donovan Bailey