Just spent like an hour going through my DA messages. With all the people that I've got set as watched, there are times where if I don't go perusing and clearing the thing out I get inundated. Just plowed through 300+ deviations. This is why it's difficult to comment sometimes, though I try to when it feels like I have something to say.
That's the hardest part, I find on any art site, is to find something pertinent to say. I'm sure it's nice to get 3,000 faves on an image, but if nobody says anything at all, I can see why that might be disheartening. This is particularly clear on a lot of the fetish-y pics... "BIGGER BIGGER BIGGER" doesn't really inspire an artist. Hopefully being a bit friendly is better. I'm trying to comment more on journals, too.
...have I brought this up before? Think I did.
Anyway, my place is a wreck. Daytime meetings and haphazard training have fouled my sleep schedule since I work overnight shift, although today it worked out pretty decently (8am - 1:30pm).
Most of my muse's attention has been focused on translating Dragonstar (the D&D/RPG setting for which I have done so much art concerning) over to Savage Worlds Deluxe, since I'm extremely burned out on all editions of D&D. I've run a few games of it, and so far reaction has been very pleased from my players. I'm hoping to finishing another set of conversions this week, and then I think I might do some race pics to load into the PDF file for fun and practice.
I'm hoping one of these days that I can get to a point where I'm comfortable enough with my skills with a pencil that I can repay some of the amazing people whom I've prodded for requests. It leaves me feeling very guilty, like a leech. Should I? I don't know.