Did I quit? Should I quit? Should I leave for good!?
Long story short: For the first time in over a year I've found myself with enough leisure time available to actually draw again. Ponies no less, since I have nothing else particular to do! Anyway, my external hard drive that had all of my art files on it magically lost its formatting making it inaccessible without re-formatting it. I did my best to recover the data (a full terrabyte's worth from a 500 gig drive! Again I say magic! (or just a ton of useless metadata, and old files from years ago)) before formatting the drive, but for whatever reason neither recovery software I used was able to pull out any Photoshop files that weren't corrupt. So I've lost all my original copies of my art. For what good it is I still have the .pngs, but those are only useful for posting on the internet and not much else.
Considering I've never really gone back to revise any of my artwork I guess, though very bitter, it's no big loss. Almost all of that old work has been removed enough from me by time that I can't imagine ever honestly needing it again.
SO WHY BRING THIS UP THEN/WHAT DOES IT HAVE TO DO WITH YOU?
You probably guessed it. Several works in progress including the DateNight finally were totally lost. The script, partial backgrounds and most of the line work only exist in my head now. Back to square one!
So when is the last Date Night coming out?
Who fucking knows.
I'm working on it.