Since my other journal entry sounds rather bleak, and someone suggested that I make a new one to cover it up, I've decided to create this journal entry telling you what's going on with me!
Think of it as a "Current Plans 7.0" or something.
So, as you know, Emoticomic comes out every Friday, and 20 Quid Amusements comes out every Wednesday.
Emoticomic doesn't look like it's going to stop any time soon, although I must admit, it is starting to feel a bit like a obligation, rather than a hobby. So there might be a hiatus after I've finished my 2nd hundred comics for it.
20 Quid Amusements is coming along just fine. I really need to see about adding or moving forward with a plot a little bit there. See about doing another short story arc or something. But we'll see.
As for Raz and the Everything. It doesn't really seem like anyone was reading it, so that's been put onto hiatus, to allow me to work on other things. I still want to finish off those short stories, and if you read them and comment on them, I'll probably be inspired to work on them sooner rather than later. But they're still on my to do list.
R Comic, is as always, still on my to do list. If you're a watcher, you probably have no idea what I'm talking about, and that's because everyone who originally read it, has now left DA in one form or another. Basically, it was my first comic on DA, and I said at the end that there would be another adventure. Just know that it's still on my To Do List, and that I haven't forgotten it. Also, don't read it, it's terrible, especially compared to my other comics.
I'm currently using my sister's old Windows Vista Laptop. It's quite good, it's not too slow. It's not lightning fast either, and I can't do anything too graphical on it, without waiting for ages for it to load up. But it serves my purposes quite well. I have to go on a different computer to play Dwarf Fortress of make my comics, but I can't always get onto that computer. Besides, I don't like the keyboard on that computer. But I can quite easily make my Emoticomics on this laptop, since they're so quick and easy to make. You'd be surprised how easy it is to make an Emoticomic. It takes me about half an hour to make an Emoticomic I'd say. Give or take of course. I could make an Emoticomic every day, with ease. Actually, I have. It's just that I get really sick of Emoticomic whenever I do that, and usually stop making them altogether. Besides, coming up with a new and funny idea every day isn't easy. I can barely manage it on a weekly basis. Actually, what are your thoughts on Emoticomic 2.0? How do you rate these new Emoticons, and this new way of handling the stories? Do you like or dislike how the majority of comics now seem to be interlinked?
Well, if you're read this far, I'm impressed. If you've just skipped to the end, then I'm still impressed. None the less, thanks for reading.