It has come to my attention that my recent deviations are somewhat boring.
Critic.— I'm glad to see something a bit new. I was afraid that your works were becoming repetitive a somewhat boring. It's definitely not up to par with the quality and power of your older pieces but it's nice to see a new mask just the same.
Response.— Firstly, I simply don't have enough disposable income to purchase a new mask for each deviation.
Secondly, I maintain an obvious theme -- repetitive or not -- that functions as an artistic outlet. Perhaps I peaked years ago as a photographer [with Grisly Retrospection]. Nevertheless, you have the option to watch the galleries of others if it's variation you seek.
If anyone should experience boredom while viewing my photography, I strongly urge you to look elsewhere for art that meets with your approval. There's a profusion of artwork on Deviantart, wherein you're bound to find something appealing. Do keep in mind that I’m not a professional; hence, I’m not paid at all as a photographer. To date I’ve easily spent over 5 thousand dollars on camera equipment & masks. Following prolonged workweeks of 50-60 hours, I still manage what I can as a photographer to immerse in a preferred pastime. As a result, I value my own approval of my art above critics.
When I submit a given photo, I set out to share some aspect of my imagination, even if there’s an unflagging sense of redundancy.