This is just a quick journal to let you know that I'm planning on reducing the amount of time I spend online with the various size communities. This means I'll be spending less time working on giantess/sw/sm collages and animations. Basically, my interest in growth/shrinking is the same as it ever was, but I've been finding myself less and less interested in the online scene. There are a few reasons for this (which I won't bother to get into), and I've decided I'd rather refocus my efforts on some of my other hobbies and interests.
Just to be clear, I'm not going anywhere, and I'll still be making collages. There'll just be less of them, and I'll probably be slower to respond to comments and notes. I've got a few works-in-progress on the back burner though, so expect a few collages in the next week or two.
Edit: I've spent the weekend working to finish up a bunch of older collages that I had half-done. I've still got a few more to finish, but I'll start posting the complete images now. I've got enough for more than a week of daily posts, so there should be a reasonable amount of content for a short while. After I finish with this though, I'm planning on not keeping a collection of "to do" collages (which means no more requests, sorry!). So things will be much more spurious.
Edit 2: Actually, the point of this is to spend less time doing size related stuff, so I don't know why I wanted to do daily uploads. Instead, I'm just going to upload them all right now. There are another one or two that I still kinda want to finish, so maybe expect them sometime down the line.
I know how it is man. Keep in touch though.
I'll still be around occasionally, so I'll still be in touch. But I think it will help to make collaging more enjoyable for me. I've currently got an ever-expanding folder of half-finished Photoshop files and lots of reference images, so I always have "I should be working on this" in the back of my mind. So I want to have a go at finishing (most of them) off, deleting the folder, and just working on collages whenever I actually feel like it, or whenever I actually stumble upon a reference image which sparks imagination.
This makes me sad...