Thanks Kaiko, yes I’m back. Thank you for appreciating my work.
I had to go away for a while due to something happening in my family, I don’t want to take that into discussion but it’s those things that happen in life and in every family sooner or later and you’ve always been prepared for it but nevertheless when it makes one be sad and my inspiration to do anything productive just disappeared for more than a year.
But now I’m kind of moved on and I was happy to see that meanwhile you lot had developed Pencil2D even further and made really huge leaps IMHO, so I could not resist to pick up Pencil2D again and thought I’d continue my project. I must say I feel truly inspired due to the fact that I also can use my Surface pro with pressure sensitivity so I don’t need my Wacom Bamboo anymore, a huge step forward for me. That’s the only right way to draw, a tablet like the Wacom Bamboo is fine but drawing right on the screen is unbeatable.
So here I’ll share my next scene from “that project”.