In text form, I started working on my third Madness Day submission, Madness Magnification, when March hit, and got it submitted on time (unlike last year when I was late). During the Summer before it however, I released the first speed painting I did in a while of Min Min from Arms, as she was released as a DLC SSBU character at around that time.
I began working on a short that I wanted to release before the year was up, but then I accidentally formatted the drive I had the file on. However, I'm kind of glad that that happened because it was really dumb and I probably would have just embarrassed myself beyond belief if I ended up uploading it. Got a lot of practice because of it, too!
I've got some big projects in the works at the moment. Around the middle of the year I announced that one of those projects is a sequel to An Animal Crossing Tale, as that video started getting an additional wave of recognition this year. I've been very choosy about what I spend my time and effort on lately, as it sucks working so hard on something that the internet decides to not let anyone know exists once it's completed and published. I miss the way things were five years ago. But then again, five years from now, I'll probably be saying the same thing. Let's hope not!
I learned a lot this year, and the second half of it, for me, at least, was pretty great. Although 2020 sucked for all of us in general, it was actually better than my 2019, believe it or not. Here's hoping 2021 is just at least a little bit better! Thank you to everyone who spends the time to glance over the stuff I make! See you soon!