Just a quick pit stop via the journal here on this platform. Haven't been ranting as much as well as just writing journals which is a good thing, rather than put 'things' into blast on the internet, didn't think it was worth sharing, however this update is something worth sharing, for those who know. For a period of time, I've had my website down due to hacks and attacks from third parties just crashing the site - which at the time did cause a lot of stress and fuss. Only reason why I didn't mention it before is because I was hoping it be back up and running, it's roughly been well over a month now, and I believe the admin who runs the site has had no luck in fixing or cleaning out the bugs. I haven't heard from the tech for an update, and I don't think I will pursue the matter - mainly because of the constant attack and I didn't want to always keep texting the web admin about another problem or crash. So this journal will be to say a huge thanks to the artist that allowed me to interview them and have them feature on my site, it was just an awesome experience to not only host the site, but also to learn from you in general about your ups and downs and the path that your art took you, as well as you carrying your art to the place it is now. - It totally sucks that this has happened due to attacks and hacks from other sites leaching off for traffic and views.. it's just disgusting to have to submit a loss to them. When all I wanted is to have a personal space to feature my art, their interview stories of their art and commissions for work so that I can continue to do my own fan vectors. It's not easy doing the arts and then having to juggle your day job. So any contributions to the arts is, was always welcomed from those who did support me.
All in all, to those who were kind enough to take the time to share your art story with me and to the digital art community, I personally thank you for sharing and for being awesome. That's pretty much it, I think it was well over due time to let you and the featured artist know about your interview space at my main web site which is now 'closed' - until I get an update from the tech admin.
I will be sticking around here and the following:
MM profile: www.modelmayhem.com/1125184
If you see me at other sites, it's not me fellow art hobbyists.
That's the bad news on the personal website gone or 'asleep' - as for the good news.. Happy New Year for 2016. And yes, I am still here and will do my best to keep on vectoring pictures I want to vector.
Stay Humble, Stay Creative - leave a digital imprint in the internet world of your work.
Khuan Tru, - North London. UK.