I'm going to be clearing out some of the older work here in my gallery. Some of it's just plain not up to snuff with what I feel comfortable presenting myself as to other people. A few things in there just lack effort and really aren't all that great. So, if something of mine disappears on you, you know why. I don't imagine too many people will be effected though, can't really say there's much in there as it is right now anyway.
The other thing, which is far more exciting:
I have a project I've been working on for some time now - Legends of Drakis (a working title, subject to change). It all started so many years ago - I must've been maybe 13 or so...whenever .Hack//SIGN first aired in the states. A friend and I were inspired by that and some other works to get into game design. We became enamored with the possibilities of the MMO genre, but life had other plans and we haven't exactly gotten anywhere with that.
However, I did get real into worldbuilding - something that being introduced to tabletop gaming really facilitated. I continued to work on the world we set out to design all that time ago and it has definitely come a long way from our initial 'let's make an MMO, it'll be great!'
I kicked that idea around quite a bit in my head, and I've recently (read: maybe a year or two ago) started working on it as a tabletop rpg. I've become quite experienced with tabletop games - both running them and playing them - and have really found the direction I feel this project needs to go in. I have some plans to get a Kickstarter campaign going once it's ready for production, but that's quite a bit off.
In the mean time, I plan on making a webcomic to showcase the setting for the game I've been working on all this time. I feel like I have something people could really like here, it's just a matter of getting it down on paper or getting it down on...whatever the internet is made of, electricity?
So, for those who are interested in what I'm saying, but can't be arsed to read three paragraphs: tl;dr: Cleaning old things out of the gallery, expect some fantasy-themed art and possibly a comic in the future.