Figured I'd put up a little update on what's to come/what I want to do in the future.
First off is . Clearly, I've auditioned for it. If I get in, great. Otherwise, I still have other stuff I'd like to do. That, mainly, is working on Saji Taris's (my main OC) story. Still polishing it, and figuring out where I want to go with it. So more of him in the future. Strife Creed (the one I'm auditioning for Walking City) is also part of/in the same universe as Saji's story, so getting in to WC would sorta "officially" jumpstart progression of my story.
But it'll still probably be a while until we see anything. Like I said, I'm still polishing things. In the meantime, I have some other stories I want to tell. I've been posting art such as Meanwhile... , Gator/Turtle/Monkey , and Come'n Get Me, the story to which I hope to get out soon. Then I also have Banner who I'd like to use sometime in the future. So many tales to tell...
Finally, what I definitely would love to do is a sequel to Hero Factory: Dawn of Evil. As I'm sure most of us know, it seems HF will be ending and replaced with Bionicle next year. I've always wanted to make a sequel to my HF comic, but the fact that the story's ending makes me want to go through with it even more. The sequel will be the final installment and wrap everything up, so I won't make a third. Things presented at the end of DoE will be built upon in the sequel.
As far as the plot, I can't say much. I have a lot of ideas, but right now they're all disjointed and I don't know how to tie them all together or which ones to drop if they just don't fit. I felt my biggest personal issue with DoE was that I could have planned out the plot a bit more, so I definitely don't want to start on the sequel until I am absolutely confident with the story.
What this means is that the sequel will definitely be better than DoE. Preferably, I'd like It to be shorter than DoE, but I don't know if that'll happen. As I progress with things, I'll make more updates in the future.
So I think that's really all I wanted to say. So until next time, see y'alls!