Work has begun on the Island of Tul. I’m currently writing about the characteristics of the island itself and drawing it as well. I’m excited to keep moving forward although with new projects and responsibilities happening, its becoming harder to spend as much time on this as I’d like to. Needless to say updates will be sparse…
In the midst of all of this change I’ve realized that the blog itself is in need of an update. The actual framework of the blog (wordpress, themes, plugins) keeps asking to be updated. I am pretty sure that it is held together with faulty coding and dental floss, thanks to yours truly – I am not the most skilled when it comes to PHP. I am actually a little surprised that it’s still standing. Luckily, I do have a good friend who has been more than willing to help me through my blogging adventures. The blog will be saved! Anyway, the blog will most likely be off and on for the next week or so as we clean everything out and re-upload all of the data back up to the database.
If you are subscribed to the blog, I have your email address stored. If I loose my subscriptions (which I’m hoping I won’t) I will add you back into the mailing list manually – so you might get an email stating that you have subscribed to the blog. Don’t be alarmed, I’m just adding you back in. Thank you again for following!
I’m excited to give the Morae River some much needed attention in the next few months. I’m hoping to have a lot of new content up for APE.
Thank you all again for following me in my journey with this project.
About the image above: This is a depiction of a Female Striped Mardik – the third species of the four that exist on the island. The image isn’t really finished, I’m considering it more of a “sketch”. For the next installments, I’m really wanting to capture more detail in the flora and fauna.
A quick edit on this post: The Morae River has a page on facebook. This is a good place to keep up with the updates that will made to the blog when it is down for updates. Twitter works well too.