I appreciate greatly that Anthropomundus has been missed. It was unique for a post-human project, in not only it simply dealt with descendants of humans, but that it dealt with the scenario of a all of a planet's animal life being descended from human kind, and describing many of those species in detail. I can see how it is appealing.
I am currently focused on school and been suffering from a depression lately. Even though my submission of artwork has been intermittent as of late, I really don't have that kind of time to make my vector illustrations anymore. Also, I am spending lots of time wondering what should I do when it comes to speculative evolution? Anthropomundus? Some other alien world that some inspired cultural revivalists colonize a couple of centuries in the future after the invention of the Alcubierre drive? Yet another alien world of an alien civilization that makes contact with the humans almost a millennium in the future? The 'Ùwúk (I'm already conceiving ideas of what their repertoire of cyborg ships would look like)?
The best answer I have for that is that I am going to string those ideas into a single universe. But for now, I am at a loss as to which one to focus on.
Should I return to the planet Anthropomundus? Oh, and for people wondering if they could "adopt" this project, here's what you can do: as people have submitted numerous concepts for Memo's Snaiad, do not be afraid to submit your ideas for this project. Like Memo, I will "canonize" some of these ideas or at least draw inspiration from them.
Right now, I am still redesigning the common ancestor, which, as was announced before, was renamed to Microhomunculus.