I have not expected to win another contest — making third place once more — so soon again, or ever again. I am awestruck that my humble digital art skills can meanwhile create images that many people like. Thank you all! Fiery hugs from the blazing pits of the Abyss for all of you! (Do not worry, the fires only hurt if I wish so.)
My contest contribution (#24) is called What makes humanity disappear … and can sadly only be seen like all the other beautiful images on the Invisible Human Contest page if you have a Renderosity account.
However, as usual, I will publish my image later on, after they made their community post, on my Renderosity Gallery and my DeviantArt page.
A few days ago, I created a publisher account on itch.io for AbyssalEros.
Today, I spend most of my time doing the final polishing and adding project pages for all of my published short stories. Continue reading “AbyssalEros invades itch.io”
Last weekend, I finally found the time to make the final changes to the German version of my Costumes, Cauldrons & Concoctions contest story Return of the Witches, with which I made the first place at Renderosity’s Annual Halloween contest last year.
I had to do this long-neglected task, as I needed to apply the last-minute changes that I had done to shorten the English text under the 1.000 words limit. Otherwise, the German and the English versions would have been slightly different.
Meanwhile, I have uploaded both language versions and incorporated them into my stories page.
While I know that this year’s Halloween is still far away, I hope you will nonetheless enjoy this creepy little story about wicked witches.
My image “An Evening at the Monsters’ Rest” made third place in Renderosity’s Animals & Creatures contest.
As usual, I will later publish the image on my Renderosity Gallery and on my DeviantArt page; until then, you sadly need an account to see all the excellent entries of this contest.
As you know, I recently partook in three contests that Renderosity held.
Meanwhile, all the winners are announced, and I am happy to tell you that I made third place in one of them: 3D Dolls Contest.
Sadly, you need an account to see all the lovely images, but take a look and enjoy them if you happen to have one. And do not forget to look at the other two contests and their winners: My Greatest Catch Contest and Pin-Up Poster Contest.
As you probably know by now, I regularly partake in Renderosity’s contests, either in words with my stories or with colors with my 3D artworks.
I hugely enjoy competing with all those fantastic artists while honing my skills and getting better with what I do.
Recently Renderosity has held many contests that are now up for voting; the results will be announced around Valentine’s day. Continue reading “About Dolls, Pin-Ups, and My Greatest Catch”
2020 was overall not a good year for humanity; personally, I cannot complain that much. And while I am in parts a narcissistic misanthrope, I care for enough humans in this world to not be an idiot. Thus, I behaved and was so far rewarded by karma.
Please, do not be an idiot that is spreading COVID-19. Stay strong and keep your beloved safe by staying home.
When, for once, humankind can prove that it is rightfully the dominating lifeform on this planet, you might even surprise a dormant misanthrope like me, who most often believes it would be better for the world’s sake if the gods would wipe us all out.
I wish you all a Happy New Year, and may it end better than it will start sadly for most of us.
Recently, I contributed to this year’s Renderosity Holiday Contest, like last year. The votings have already started: Dreams of Peace – Renderosity’s 2020 Holiday Contest
As the contest is anonymous, I think I am not allowed to declare which contributions are from me.
I can only tell you that I participated in the writers and the 3D art contest.
However, you need a Renderosity account to be able to see the entries and vote for them. But if you happen to have one, take a look at all the entries and vote for the ones you like the most.
Hopefully, my works will be among the ones you like most.
After years of lurking silently on DeviantArt without an account, I recently joined the world’s greatest art community.
It was on my to-do-list for a long while, but somehow, I could never find the time to set up an account. However, recent events encouraged me to finally create one.
As you know, I am not only a writer but also a fledgling 3D artist, and for that, I need a portfolio.
While I personally give a shit about false morals, I took care not to show off images on my personal website which could be regarded by moralists as porn; I even set up an age-gate in front of my website to clearly indicate that my page includes content for an adult audience.
Apparently, that was not sufficient for at least one forum moderator at a certain 3D content store, who regarded my signature links to my website and to my Patreon page as a violation of their TOS and deleted them — after one year.
In my opinion, this decision was totally arbitrary, and the moderator even contradicted himself by telling me that linking to DeviantArt is allowed as it “covers a wide range of topics,” while Patreon would not be permitted due to the nature of my sites that are “strongly oriented towards the type of content that we cannot allow.” I am sure he did not even bothered to check my pages if I am really violating their TOS, or he would not have written such nonsense.
I learned my lessons long ago, not to argue with prudes and SJW more than necessary, as their minds are too limited anyway.
Now, enough rambling.
I herewith announce that the gates of my Realms have opened up on DeviantArt.
Check it out!