So, maybe no one noticed, but I quit my position as artist for the comic I was working on a few months back.
I'm not gonna put anyone's business out there on the street, much lest my own, but I'll just say it wasn't the right fit for me. I don't proclaim to be the hottest shit on the comics front; Hell, I'm so off the radar because a lot of the art you can find online that I've done puts a lot of people off, because you know, bewbs.
Regardless of how many people supported me, I never really got much feedback from anyone-- my friends, my family, and the three or so people that really like my art, and that kinda hurts
. Also, I've never worked well with collaborators or with rules or under instruction, so I opted out as soon as things started feeling funny.
I still credit the writer to be a good one, and a great person to work with. But again, I'm not the guy for that
job. I know this hurts me as far as my art career goes, I don't doubt that. So I've taken it as a loss.
(My collaborator never did upload the rest of the story I finished, however. That's not on me though.)
But it's all good. With a lot of this free time, I've been doing a lot of reteaching myself some things, and am further working on my next comic steadily. I may not make any money or fame at it, but I know this next time I'll be better equipped to face the comics world with a stronger resolve (And a better grip on backgrounds, LOL).