Hey there. I just opened this blog today, and will hopefully use it to host the mangas and doujins that I will hopefully translate.
Having now done 3 translations in 3 days, I think I’ve found a nice pace to work at.
I’ll probably do a chapter every two days, once this next week begins.
I think that most people want a translated manga quickly. The minor details and corrections
can be done better and faster with user feedback. For this reason, I’ll release the translated
material when I finish it, and not when I think it’s *perfect*. Because of this, however, I need
your feedback if you encounter any spelling/ grammatical errors, or any other issues.
If you leave a comment in the related page, I’m more than happy to make most changes people
suggest, since I keep the PSD files for all my work.
Also, if you have raws of a series you’ like to see translated, at any time, post a link to the file
and I’ll look at it. If I like it enough, I’ll add it to my list of works to do. With the speed I try to
keep, I should get to it within two weeks at the most.
I’ll be back tonight with a release, but to update the general status here:
I’ve been gone more than 6 half a year now, and I’m rearing to get a release done!
I’m not going to try to plan a regular release schedule, since I’m working by myself and all.
If I decide to work with a group again, I think my releases would become less frequent, so it’s hard to say whether that’ll ever happen.
I’m also currently the serving head of animation in a club at my university, so I’ve got duties related to that which must take precedent (like training the maids and butlers for the upcoming cafe we’re hosting).
I will try to release at least bi-monthly at the very minimum, and more when time allows.
Translating is fun, and I encourage any of you out there with a knowledge of Japanese (or whatever else) to see if there’s not something you’re capable of translating!
In the words of Arnold Schwarzenegger, “stick around”.