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Posted by Domonization - January 4th, 2019
Proud to announce that Monotonous Boredom: The Search for the Missing Toaster is out now on Amazon! It doesn't contunue the storyline of the cartoons found here on Newgrounds, but is instead a prequel to the origional, taking place one year before. Part IV is still coming, but here's a little content to tide you guys over in the meantime.
Posted by Domonization - June 22nd, 2018
Hey guys. Just wanted to mention that I'm working on Part IV again after around a two month hiatus. I'll admit I lost a little steam there, but I'm back on it again. It's just hard to find time and ambition anymore. It's difficult when you have a soul-crushing job and can't find any content that inspires you anymore because the people you enjoy don't ever upload anymore. It also surely doesn't help when you have set the standerds as high as I have with this one, because it takes forever. I really hope you guys like it, because I really am going all out on this cartoon—and I hope it shows! I am thinking about splitting it in half though, since it's taking so long. I don't really want to do that, but probably will end up doing that. So yeeeeeah... Look, a screenshot!
Posted by Domonization - September 9th, 2015
I do not mind criticism at all. My content is not anywhere close to being perfect or amazing and I know that. Trust me, I do. But when you give criticism, it needs to be constructive and helpful to me. It's not a time to try to think you're funny or to be stupid to me. If the review you're writing is not beneficial to me, I honestly don't see any point in posting it. If you do not like something I made, it is beneficial to politely tell me what you do not like about it or give tips and advice on how to improve it. I would think that with a community of artists like we have here, we would be kinder to each other and more inclined to help each other improve. I mean, we've all started somewhere and at one point our stuff was really awful. But by taking constructive criticism and advice we have learned exponentially and that's what made us improve. And isn't it better to try to help someone improve rather than make them never want to make anything ever again?
Anyway, I'll get off my soapbox now.