University is over and done with, although I think it was simply the first stage in my overall artistic learning and experimentations.
Although I am focusing on 3D graphics and computer technologies like VR in the foreseeable future, the recent success and reception of Lullaby for a Princess was very encouraging to me overall on continuing my journey with traditional and other painterly media was well.
I've grown a lot as an artist, both in what I have seen, and what I have accomplished over the past 4 years. Before Lullaby Project, I was heavily involved in MLP Online, one of the community's first ever successful RPG games, even though it got taken down by Hasbro, that spirit of wanting to make something bigger than myself caused me to seek out and involve myself with Warpout in the first place. Over in school I picked up and learnt many new soft wares I never even heard of, new ways of expressing myself in the computer, and it's been a great ride.
As such, while I have many updates planned for new paintings and revisiting old ones from years ago, I am still very open to helping out in the MLP community as time permits it. Shoot me a note for a chat, and if anything, I can always at least lend an ear and give some advice, or point you to other people.
However for the immediate future, I'll be having a good look at some of my old work, and updating them via the Paint It Again challenge.
Fostering creativity is a matter of self discipline and relationship networks. Do not be too secular about your own works, and be open to being part of a larger, more wonderful experience with others.