I think I'd rather be relatively unknown or not mega popular vs. being hated. It depends on what sort of "hate" it is too. You could have stellar artwork, but are hated because your story sucks and/or you're some kind of bigoted jerk off who has their hateful viewpoints crop up in their work. And while feedback could help you improve, a constant string of hate, more often than not, will just discourage you from ever creating again.
I know my comics aren't a household name, but I've learned a lot from making comics, and have made new friends as a result. I've got a tiny audience that I'd like to think/hope is steadily growing, and I'm happy with that. I'd rather be relatively unknown and happy vs. being well known for all the wrong reasons.
Hey everyone! We're starting off the new year with a brand new animation! This one features the main villain of "Jamie Jupiter" Season 2, Mesmeron, as he tries to ensnare our hero with his hypnotic gaze! Can she fight off the effects of his evil mind control?
For the most part, it's been pretty good. I started the next story arc of my comic, and in general, this seemed to be the year of catching up on stuff. I've taken a sizeable chunk out of my "books to read" and "TV shows/movies to watch" lists. Looking back at my reviews on Amazon, I read and watched a lot more than I thought this year. Spyro the Dragon also came back this year, which makes me happy.
One of the only huge negatives is that my Dad lost his job. He has a new one now, but it's less hours and doesn't pay as much. But I'm trying to see it more as a positive thing. He's close to retirement, so I'm taking this as the first step towards that---a partial retirement, if you will.
To anyone here who had a rough year, I hope 2019 is better for you. <3
Hey everyone! I got a new and rather unconventional Top 10 list for you this time around. Today, we'll be taking a look at some of my favorite fan fiction stories, as well as discussing what makes fan fiction, in general, so unique and great! So consider this a....half "top 10", half "essay" of sorts.
What's your stance on fan fics? Do you have any favorites?