At the start of the year, we made a vow to release one tutorial a week. We wanted to provide consistent and quality content. We love our subscribers and felt they deserved nothing short of top-notch attention. With +Jim Mills on board, we had, I felt, a real knockout combination of narration and art. We even released a tutorial on how to animate boobs. I mean, come one, that's pretty awesome, right?
Things started to peeter off a bit around March. April came and we released a joke video in the spirit of April Fools. Beyond that, we pulled together a contest for Anime Studio, which went over rather well. But the flow of tutorials stopped. So, what happened? We have a lot of passionate viewers and I feel it's best to disclose what has been occurring these past few weeks.
First, I recently released my first book. This process took a year and a half and near the end, around March, the editing team required a lot of my attention to make sure everything was perfect. Jim and I made the decision it was best to fully concentrate on the book, which ate into much of the prep and record time required to produce the videos to the quality we try to uphold. When the book released in early May, I thought we were in the clear, and I was ready to get back to work.
|My new book: Learning Anime Studio|
|A screenshot from one of the Train Simple courses we have produced.|
|A picture of what once used to be my office.|
Thanks for sticking with us,