Long time no post, but as some who works in this sector myself, I've often wonder where older writers and artists have gone following their time with Sonic the Comic Online. I assume there are notable success stories who work in the industry today as it gave them a forum for their work and helped develop their skills. Obviously, they may not want to have their time with a fan-made comic made public, but the question remains; where are the now?
Hi there, LG! Like I said in the other topic, it's incredible to see so many old hands still around, even if this place is lacking in activity.
I've since moved on into the games industry. I worked in marketing with Bethesda and THQ for a while, before moving into testing. I'm now a Lead Tester on titles, so mostly management now more than testing! I consider myself quite lucky in that regard.
I've taken up writing more fulltime as a hobby now, with some quite good success with online stories that I've sat on a few convention panels for. Unfortunately, I haven't done any art in years, that hobby really slipped. I don't even have a tablet since the old one finally broke. I do miss it sometimes. I still have Issue #250 sitting beside my bed amongst a pile of books to remind myself every so often.
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