Welp. Things didn't exactly go as I planned them at the start of this year, but I'm certainly not complaining...
In case you were wondering where I disappeared, fret not, I haven't abandoned drawing or DA - in fact I have been very busy working.
The main job was a massive urbanism project which took a few months to complete and which will never be posted on DA for obvious reasons, but I've also done a lot of drawings for different clients, chief amid which is Mythopoeia. Now, I've done work for them before, chiefly this poster (and other assorted bits and bobs) for the second and third issue of their dieselpunk comic book "Skies of Fire", but whereas before I was an "external collaborator" now I've been asked to become a full member of the team and contribute more to the development of the world the comic is set in.
As such, I did a lot of "behind the scenes" design work and I will be posting some of it to DA over the next few days in a dedicated gallery.
I will also be posting other work I did in the meantime, as well as some new drawings for Shadowless and Inner Space, even though I didn't have enough time to draw actual comic pages.
And, as usual by now in my last few journal entries, here's a link back to the article about those little art thieves from "I. Světová" ("1st World [War]"), the WW1 special edition of the regular "Extra VÁLKA" ("Extra WAR"), published by EXTRA Publishing who decided it was far easier to just steal drawings than pay for them and when asked about it answered something to the lines of "we can't check all the sources for articles people write and we publish, so it's not our problem".
I'm really never going to stop trying to blacken their name, because they fully deserve it.