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Creator of Slimy Thief Webcomic.

I want to make a kickstarter campaign for a Slimy Thief project, what I should make first: 

52 deviants said The runner game.
46 deviants said The printed book.
36 deviants said Neither, you should focus on your current websites.

I'm just drawing too much, not TOO much, I wish I drew more actually.

I'd like to post more, talk more. I know I should be more friendly, cooler and communicative, but I'm secluded. I don't do it on propose, It's not I'm like "Don't bother me I'm making ART!" . I may give this impression to some, because I don't reply all the comments I get or write journals.

I just not very good to invest time on stuff that really matters to ME... My interests always come as a 2nd plan. I heard it's a psychological thing.

My ideals of priority are:

To draw Slimy Thief strips and take care of its patreon.
2Hebubble tumblr and patreon
Web presence: DA, posts, forums and etc.
and then commissions.

But the reality is:

2Hebubble's Patreon
SlimyThief and it's patreon

... and the rest.

Comparing my patreon accounts, the numbers says that there is more people saying "believe in yourself Sidney" than "believe in the big tits you draw" - and still I don't invest ideal energy on their belief; ME.

Commissioners don't push me to deliver their stuff, yet I reserve most of my working hours to their artwork.

Once people invest their interest, money or anything on me, it's like I cease to exist <--- that was deep.

Then back to me, when I need to expose myself, my stuff I get all shy... I'm such a weirdo. I'm working on that, trust me.

I see some very cool artists, that draw a lot of their stuff, post, write blogs, review movies and games, reply comments, and even comment other artists work. I don't know what is their secret of omnipresence! Either they are amazing or they are no lifers.

If you have any tips, about how to improve internet presence without messing up the artwork schedule, please let me know.

  • Mood: Optimism
  • Listening to: Nick Cave
  • Reading: Hunger Games
  • Watching: Nothing just reading
  • Playing: Brain Age
  • Eating: Carbs and eggs
  • Drinking: Beer


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ShamusBaran Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2015  Professional Writer
Yo sid!   Whatcha up to these days?
sidneymt Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2015
Just the same, writing and drawing comics. Now I'm testing doing it digital. It's been hard, but I know it will compensate later on. Also I'll pick commissions soon.
ShamusBaran Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2015  Professional Writer
Like with a tablet?   It has a learning curve but I prefer using one so much more efficient!   Then again I'm not much of an artist.  Let me know if you ever need help with English localization-- I sometimes spot some wonky wording in your stuff.  As a big fan of your art, I'd do it just for a name drop.
sidneymt Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2015
Oh, thank you very much!

I'm sending my skype contact by note.
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AniGami Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Oh wow thx for the watch, your art is amazing.
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