Just want to get it out of my head. Here's why: life and code.
Having a kid changes your life in a way that you can never be prepared for. But living that change is so rewarding that you don't even care about the past or anything you maybe missing out on. Sure I throw a large drawing pad on the floor and scribble with my son's crayons, but at times I look over at my dusty Wacom Pad and hear it calling my name.
But when I get on the computer, the programmer in me takes over. I've found a new love in programming, and it's become a passion for me. Been working on some applications lately and I love to see people using them. There's something really cool about having someone interact with your creation in addition to looking at it. I'm trying to get better at it, and it has proven quite time consuming.
Hence the lack of time for art. Which saddens me sometimes because, I feel blessed with a talent ( forgive me if I sound arrogant, i don't mean to ) that some people wish they had and I don't want to feel like I am wasting it by not using it.
I'd still like to thank anyone that has followed and enjoyed my work (the small amount of work that there was). This may sound like a farewell, but it isn't. Just doing what feels natural.