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I will be gone for a week as of this entry.

Pardon to those who are waiting for information or replies. Good fortune to all of you while I am away.
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  • Reading: Science Fiction and Philosophy

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LucrataNexarii
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Personal Quote: Do not forget that your blood, removed of it's shackles of iron, is golden.

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SageOfTheStars Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the llama!
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LucrataNexarii Featured By Owner 4 days ago
You're welcome. It's the least I can offer, for the Favorites and the comments. Thoughts from a fellow artist are always valuable.  :nod:
(Also, it's good to see another fan of Gaster.)
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SageOfTheStars Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, he's probably my favorite character of the whole Undertale cast, which is kind of funny, considering how little we know about him. XD
I like your Recursive Tangent comic so far; it looks very Medieval. Will you be putting out more in the future?
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LucrataNexarii Featured By Owner 4 days ago
I see Gaster as a character of great potential - and his very ambiguity, alongside the curiosity and respect others hold of him, is bound to result in a number of good creations which are diverse as they are full of each artist's energy and ideas.

Yes, that comic of mine is a vehicle for learning: either conceptually in the many topics that relate to Gaster throughout the material, or in my ability to handle digital media. Both are tedious tasks, with either plenty of reading, or plenty of fiddling with endless digital layers. =p In honesty, I do like it for it's challenges.

However, I have virtually no experience with comics, nor entirely of composition. I could either see my work turning out potentially too verbose for most (writing and dialogue still seem to make up a lot of implied content and divergence from the canon universe, so far), or just fluctuating visually a lot as I find my habits with digital media. In any case, do enjoy. :nod:

As chance has it, the next installment should be up within a few hours.
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britts-demesne Featured By Owner May 16, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Good to know that that you're still submitting work here, and although I really don't understand Undertale or Tron (did I see some Tron work from you?),  I am glad that you're drawing what makes you happy, and that you're continually fine-tuning your skill at the same time. 

Continue to draw in peace, good friend.
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LucrataNexarii Featured By Owner May 16, 2016
It's always good to hear from you Britt. :tea: Such longstanding things are an enjoyable stability in the shifting sea of DeviantArt, yet alone life itself.

My new (or, not so new, as things go) work schedule certanily has gutted my typical artwork time. Moreover, it's effects via fatigue and work-drudgery change the way a person thinks... Odd as it might sound. Still, this does have an effect on my art habits; it's quite noticeable to me.

Either way, I'm still trying to move forward with art and technique. That's the whole essence behind this Undertale project. And, so far, it's working. I'll have to keep swinging my fists at that until I make some form of progress - because there's so much I haven't seen to, as of yet. In fact, much of the socio-cultural basis that this project takes on, including the genius-eccentric in a world he really doesn't fit into, easily remind me of the concepts of the old GN/Sonic project I had years ago.

All this time, and I still haven't forgotten. It's still something I want to return to one day. And perhaps I'll have the skills and more efficient work process that I've wanted, all this time. We shall see.

In short, each project takes on a certain angle of fascination. It's what I need alongside my art: perspectives I hadn't taken before. It started with the outer world, looking in. Then it became the digital/artificial world, looking out. And for now, it's the underworld, looking above and through the nature of reality.

It all sums up to a lot of artwork. :work: But, I wouldn't have it any other way.

I can say the same to you, Britt. :bow: I wish you good days, and good times.
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Biotype Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello.
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LucrataNexarii Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2015
Greetings!

It's been a while, hasn't it? Always interesting to see your name about.
As time goes on, the sketchbooks of mine slowly crawl by, like strange tablets from other ages. Carriers of memory and information in hundreds of leaves of paper - segmented scrolls with armor.

As always, whenever I do see your name or icon, I hope life treats you fairly!
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Biotype Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Good to hear you're getting by life. I've been trying to skip by daily chores (from dishes to helping some friends), sometimes things don't go how I need them to. Short story, "I try".
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LucrataNexarii Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2016
Life has a way of coiling itself around us in unexpected ways, then has the audacity to skitter out of sight so we think we've tripped over our own feet.

Aye, such is the way things go. I see more than enough chaos in my workplace to wonder how we all function past entropy. =p
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