Tagged by DorianPavus
STATISTICS Total number of submissions: This year I scored a total of 19 submissions, including 13 pictures and 6 sets of models extractions (the latter consisting of 36 different characters models and at least a couple dozens of props/weapons/decorations models). Anyway, since I do not regard model extractions as "full-fledged" submissions, in the following I'll just take into account the 13 pictures.
Fandoms: Dragon Age and Mass Effect
Most depicted fandom: Dragon Age
Most depicted characters: Bethany Hawke (4), Ashley Williams (3), John Shepard (3)
Most depicted pairings: Ashley Williams and John Shepard (Shepley) QUESTIONSLooking back, did you create more pictures than you thought you would this year, less, or about what you'd predicted?
Definitely less than I thought. I've got a huge amount of pictures than never saw the light of the day since I was too unhappy with their looks. I could have produced more works, but at the cost of "quality", so I'm actually happy with what few works I managed to submit.What pairing/genre/fandom did you depict that you would never have predicted in January?
Working on new Shepley pictures was somehow unexpected actually. Early last year I was on some kind of... "hiatus" from this pairing. Furthermore, I had been so concentrated on Dragon Age stuff (also playing over the course of several months Inquisition) that my prediction was that only DA-related pairings and the DA fandom in general would be depicted.What's your own favorite picture of the year? Not the most popular, but the one that makes you happiest?
Did you take any artistic risks this year? What did you learn from them?Uh, well... Nothing I could really call an "artistic risk" as far as I can tell. I experimented a bit with respect to my "post-processing" technique, but nothing that can qualify as risky in artistic terms.
Do you have any picture-goals for the New Year?What I really want to try achieving is submitting more pictures without lowering the quality of each submission. Also, improving my skills in general would be nice, but I don't want to overwork myself looking for an improvement if that will come at the price of taking away the fun of making pictures...
From my past year of rendering, what was ... My best picture
My most popular picture
Picture of mine most under-appreciated
Most fun to do
Picture depicting the cutest scene
Again, it's Most romantic picture
Picture that shifted my own perceptions of the characters
Hardest to make
Most unintentional picture
Small collection of pictures I really enjoyed to create