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Well, I lost the first version of this post, so that's embarrassing. Sorry for the kind of patchiness (and cheesiness) of this. I guess I'll skip the boring stuff... No I won't. Well, nobody really reads this blog, so I guess there is no point in posting this, but I still want to. As you know, BZP was down for a while, and probably lost many members. I regret to announce that I am one of them. Life came and was all like "Hey, I'm here. Whatevs." I wished there was another way, but there isn't. I had been turned off of Bionicles for a long time now, I only stayed for AWIII. Minutes ago, I opened GIMP, intending to create a comic, but I just didn't feel it. I had moved on. I realized that I could do more, but I had to let go of BZP. I had stopped creating hastily made comics with cheap punchlines, and started creating (my version of) art. Over the downtime, I had been gone for a month, studied for a test out exam, did not pass the exam, and worked on a huge project. School started, and I got a role in a play. This whole time I was telling myself that I would start the comics up again, though somewhere I knew I wouldn't. Over the downtime, there were laughs had, many many many many tears cried, and many things thrown in anger. NONE of them, had to do with BZP. As I said, I had moved on. While I haven't achieved any of my goals, such as becoming a well known, prominent member that everyone knows and likes, starting dailies, and Becoming the comic maker everyone knows. I'm okay with that. So, before I go, I would like to thank some people, well, every person. Thank you BZP. Thank you the people I knew, and the people I didn't. Thank you the few that looked up to me, and the many I looked up to. Thank you to the comic makers who had put up with my petering and noobieness, and thank you to the couple of brand new comic makers that asked me for help. Thank you to JMSOG for being a friend in real life, and BZP. Thank you to Nuparurocks, for being the one that had to put up with the most of my pesky noobishness. Thank you to King Joe for being the first admirer of my comics. You may see me in the Artwork forums from time to time. If you do, PM me, and I'll tell you a story. Not of the "Good Ol' Days", but a story of a boy, who found a distraction from the real world, discovered a talent, and then moved on to bigger and better things. My biggest fear in life has been to never be remembered. So I say, with all of the ego I possess: Please, remember me. Not as the comic maker that left, not as the annoying noob, but as ThatOneGuy. ThatOneGuy who let go. ThatOneGuy who accepted life. So, as much as I hate to say this: Good bye BZP. This has been ThatOneGuy, Just Thought You Should Know.