Just to go ahead and get this out of the way, I probably won't be posting too much in the way of art for the next few weeks. It's (hopefully) my final semester and I'll be graduating in May. However, that also means I have a fair bit of work over the next few weeks which will be demanding most of my focus. Several tests, a few discussion boards (this'll be the easy part), and a 6-8 page paper will be receiving most of my focus. This means that no YCH's will be offered in the near future, though I do have a Luger pinup that I need to relist, and what art that is posted will likely be personal sketches.
This leads me to a second topic. After school is out, I hope to devote a little more time to a couple of settings/stories I've been playing with for a bit while I search for employment. Of course one of these is the Vulrin fantasy setting, but I also have a mercenary/PMC setting and a post-apocalyptic setting that I'd like to flesh out some more. The PMC setting involves an alternate reality where the issuance of letters of marque has been brought back in order to combat terror groups and would focus on Talya and Erich. The post-apocalyptic setting is more of a concept for a faction and a region so far, but I'd still like to work on it a bit.
Thirdly, I'm planning to clear out my gallery a bit. While I hate to delete a large number of my submissions, I'm also not particularly fond of seeing my old stuff pop up from time to time as someone faves them. I feel that it doesn't give an accurate representation of my work. The deletions will be focused on my older stuff from before I altered my style last year. If you want to save any of it I'd suggest doing so soon. I'll probably start deleting things this weekend.
Lastly, I just want to thank all of y'all for supporting me and my art. Whether it's watching me, faving my work, leaving comments, or even paying for art from me, I greatly appreciate it. It really does mean a lot to me, even though I'm not exactly good at showing it or responding to comments or thanking for watches and the like. So, thank you!