I spent a considerable amount of time cleaning up the tags/articles and such on here these past days (if you come here often, you can see I'm changing the whole layout as well right now) but hell, it's long and tiring. There's no mass editor when it comes to delete Articles and change Categories/tags, so it's all one by one, and it takes time and patience.
I started this blog back in late 2009 (or early 2010 maybe), and I can safely say the past 5 years have been the most changing ones of my life so far, in every way that is. This blog reflects it pretty damn well, it feels like I've been a dozen different person depending on the entries I stumble upon, and man must it be confusing to an external point of view.
This blog has never been so clear nor had an actual topic until Kpop took a important place in my life, which was late 2011. I started it as a daily, Artistic blog, but right when I did, I was struck by an Art-block... Which lasted until last year.
I thought on numerous occasions that it was over, and I mentioned it countless times (which proves afterwards that I truly wasn't!) but eventually, I snapped out of it. It was actually a full year ago, back in September 2014.
Now, slowly but surely, this blog is starting to serve its basic purpose for me, which was updating it with Works in Progress and Artworks from me, as well as random talks, which I can't help doing. You know, the kind of person that writes their feelings down and need to publish them every once in a while but quickly regrets it ? Well, I'm part of them. I always keep it as private as I want them to be, I set limits and I've never stumbled upon an old article of mine that had me saying "What, I said that ?", when I say I regret it, it's mostly because I generally don't like to re-read stuff about myself.
Anyway, just wanted to say that I apologize for all the randomness and incoherence that lingers around here. I mean, I started this blog as a 21 year old girl who was convincing herself she was straight (I'm sure several articles I wrote do make that point, really.), yet did know something wasn't quite right with that (I know I also would say in subtext that I was open to girls despite it all... This blog is a free psychologist, I swear.)... And now that I'm back on tracks with Art, that I know that it's my life no matter what, I've finally come to terms with all the questioning regarding myself as well. It took a bit of time, but nevertheless, I'm only 26. Some persons don't get to know who they are until they have reached a much older age, and I'm definitely not going to complain about that.
All in all, the most important thing is that I'm drawing again. It means so much to me. Although Kpop sure filled the gap during my Art-block, it didn't feel fulfilling to write about Biases and such for so long in the end. I'm just glad I found it all back.