I’m still feeling pretty exhausted and almost as if I don’t want to do anything, despite I know I do. I still have a handful of commissions to work on right now. Work is asking for us CSMs to do more than we already do. The house I live in is near vacant and stagnant.
Month: October 2014
For someone like myself who has many goals, dreams, and fantasies I feel are within my reach in some form, the worst thing that can happen to me is not feeling like doing anything. I WANT to do something, to the point where I begin to get angry at myself for not doing anything. However,
Creativity is a lot like a burning candle. The flame is the passion and the wax is motivation. As time passes, the flame and the wax both become smaller. When the wick of the candle and all the wax is melted, the flame disappears. There won’t be anymore candlelight until the next candle is lit.
Sometimes when I want to draw comics, my struggle is not with the story or the characters, but the page layout. This isn’t just about laying out the panels, but which way the panels should be read. Should they be read Western Style, from left to right? Or should they be read Japanese style, from
So, I attempted to work on my Creative Works website today, but I didn’t really feel like it for whatever reason. I think it’s the amount of content I have to do for it, but I could be wrong. There was also a bit of an issue with the editable area of my template, so
It’s just as the title says: I have started my Creative Works page. Specifically, I started the template for it. It’s the basis of all the pages that are linked with this particular site and keeps them consistent, as well as prevents me from copying-and-pasting all the coding before hand. Templates are AWESOME! I’m not
When I first set out to work on my blog, I was extremely insistent on actually making the blog myself. Originally, I was going to do my blog last, but I decided to follow a different feeling and decided to work on the blog second. I thought it was a great idea at the time,
My good online friend, Hannah, lives in Australia. I thought my chances of meeting her in person were probably slim and that I would have to aim to somehow take a trip over to the Land Down Under to at least meet her (if not everybody else who I know over there). However, about a