2016 have been a very rough year for Creative Comic Art.So many ideas and expectation was expressed but unexpected changes stopped lot of great things from happening. This ultimately results to a very slow year for Creative Comic Art.
At the start of 2016, three of our local contributing content editor had to back down due to advancement of their regular jobs. In the middle of May, two more of our local contributing artist also had to back down as they need to concentrate on their degree studies. Things were looking very grim at that point as there were only two remaining contributors for CCA and one plans to leave by end of the year.Back in September,confusion on multiple email accounts has led to all emails sent to CCA being lost.Yes, thats right, all emails sent to us has been lost (we ended up saving the email address but not the content of it-forwarding the email along with attachments to another CCA site email results to receiving blank emails. Nothing except the address.)
Despite the upsets back in 2016, things are looking very positive for us here at CCA.The relaunch back in October meant a fresh and realistic approach was planned for 2017 and we manage to get some free timers in our crew by the end of December. The untimely downsizing of the team in CCA has led us to opt for a more active collaboration and commissions with various other comic artist and storytellers (freelancers)from around the world.Despite the price tag that comes with this approach, this enables the editors to manage their time and focus more on other aspect of the site. This is important as CCA is managed by its crew only at their free time.
Although having the bulk of the work done back in December(file transfer, new server, new office), theres still tons of stuff to do as we set ourselves for a productive new year. From adding new articles and refining them, to experimenting with different comic art and visual storytelling process.
The relaunch also takes effect in our social media platforms namely Creative Comic Art@Facebook, Creative Comic Art@Twitter, and Pinterest For Creative Comic Art. From here on out,any and all emails will be directed to email@example.com.
Looking forward to have a great things done in Creative Comic Art.We very much appreciate your patience and understanding on this matter and thanks you for your support.
Blog update?...yep that's what i do.