...is like returning to #MD and writing to you. Or is it the reverse? If history tells, it's good to finally take some downtime and see how all of you are doing. And from what I can tell, you've been awesome. Not just great, but truly awesome.
I've been undergoing some huge events that tore me away from being around unlike years past. Details withheld, a new full-time career and moving to a new place, far from home and IRL friends, contributed to an overwhelmed schedule. And during that time, my deviantART inbox became the least of worries. That includes messages and news items some of you have sent me, and I though I remember who you are, I've let them slip. My sincerest of apologies.
Thankfully, I think I've finally settled down somewhat. And it's time to get a few events restarted here. Organize the tools and dust off the drawing board. Small steps at a time, but we'll do it together.
So first address is a new and old one: an honest "Thank you" for being true to your design-centric selves these past few months, and for continually participating with so little moderation. I think that's what always amazes me about this group and how steadfast you can be. Not just alone, but together.
And with that...
This weekend, I'll be attending New York Comic Con 2012
in the Big Apple. But it's not very cool to go alone, right?
What makes it #MD-relevant is that a few members from the Imaginary Friends Studios
will be there, including...
If you enjoy following Kai "ukitakumuki" Lim
's work and you're booked for NYCC ‘12, he'll be in the Artist Alley for you to meet and hang out with. And if you can't make it, you're welcome to join us right now
by providing your own questions for a mecha-centric interview with him this weekend!
Go ahead, post your suggestions in the comments! I can't think of everything since the time between Kai and I is quite limited; besides, this ought to be your chance to understand how he made a living doing professional mechanical design and illustration.
All questions will be reviewed and hand-selected for our session, so think carefully and ask wisely. Thanks, everyone!