Blog Launched!

By | hairy, muscles, Persuasions, rant, wet, xxx | 30 Comments
Ok, so I used to kinda always tell myself I’d never do a blog. The reason for this being that since I already had my own website, I could just say whatever the hell I wanted to say on it– just like a blog. BUT… I’ve come to realize that my site (though robust as it is) doesn’t readily offer some of the features I like about blogs.
One of those features is the ability for others to comment on posts. This is actually what I loved about Y!Gallery. It was awesome to post something– be it a drawing, poll, or just random thought, and have people who know and support me comment on it! I really thrive on feedback about my work, so it was great to get it pretty much whenever I wanted. Not only did it educate me as to what people really wanted to see in my work, but it also motivated me to just do more and more! I mean, you’ll notice the increase in work around the time I really started to get into Y!Gallery.

However, as most of you know, I’ve left Y!Gallery. There were two reasons for this mostly. The first was that I thought their rules and the enforcing of them was too vague and arbitrary. The second was that I thought that if I spoke my mind about anything I disagreed with, I’d be suspended or banned. And I really didn’t want anything like that to happen to me– not because I’d miss out on participation or anything. More because I was afraid of what I’d do in retaliation. I have a vindictive side– most people don’t see it. But if they’d pushed me, they’d have found their computers hijacked with viruses and spam galore. So I thought it was best that I just remove myself from the situation before it escalated.

I still want to find a forum like Y! but for now, I’m going to see what this bloggin’ thing is all about. If I get a similar response to what I got from the friendly Y! users, then I’ll post sketches, finished drawing, whatever! Feel free to comment. Tell me what you like, and what you want to see.

To get the ball rolling, I’m posting this new character. His name is Marq and he is the protagonist in a new series I’m working on called “Persuasions.” It’s themed like a soap opera– only sexy and gay! Marq is a sweet, straight-laced school teacher who’s married but carries on an affair with Preston, the bad-boy anti-hero of the series.