A different perspective with a side of humor
September 5th, 2022
Hey there! I have made some adjustments to my schedule as I’m on the second half of my year long project to change my career path. I had to take a hiatus from Greeble and Moony to allow more time and flexibility on my final project. Ultimately, the end goal of this project is to get a job in a field that I am passionate about. I’m not saying this will occur, but the major next step for me to do that would be learning how to code.
Greeble and Moony will be coming back. I thoroughly enjoy creating those comics and they have improved my life in multiple ways. Stay tuned and please feel free to follow me on my instagram accounts for random updates. I’m excited about the future of Greeble and Moony and hope you hang in there to see it too.
In the mean time, there will be other projects I’ll be working on to ensure that I’m continuing to learn how to draw and animate. As you may have noticed, there has been an additional series added to the Out of the Blue page called, “Sandra’s Awkward ScenarioS.” This series is basically about my own personal situations. I will be continuing to make “Bonnye Butts Into” animations as well. Since animation takes much longer than comics the time in-between them will also be longer, but that’s part of it. Patience, hard work, and results. Remember, I only started animating mid-June ’22 so please continue to view my art as someone learning not someone who believes they’ve mastered anything.
These upcoming months will be more focused on skills that I’ll need to get a job in a different field when I’m ready to re-enter the workforce. As much as I’d love to draw comics for money, we all know I am no where near that status nor will I probably ever be. Realistically, I am wanting to make educational video games for children, so that’s the path I’m on right now. I will be working on game development and art in September; music and coding in October; and will re-evaluate where I am in November to see what adjustments I’ll be needing to make and how I’m doing financially.
I appreciate all of the support everyone has shown me thus far on all platforms through comments, likes, and follows. The fact that people are finding joy in my project brings me a sense of fulfillment in life. Something I often struggle with feeling. The comic community on Instagram has been comforting and I feel like I’ve learned a lot just by being a part of it. I hope to continue to produce my content frequently enough where y’all don’t forget about me, but if that occurs that’s okay too. This project was about changing my life around. The main reason I made it public was to potentially inspire someone who may have had doubts or felt stuck on their current path too and to provide some smiles along the way. The fact that I got some of you to smile with my creations means a lot to me.
Keep creating! Not only for others, but do it for yourself. Find something that is yours and don’t be afraid to show it to the world. Until the next Site Update!