Is this thing still on...?
So apparently it's been a day or two since my last journal entry. I've been ... busy. My latest endeavour has been an image I've been working on in Blender, and I just popped in to upload it... Most of my digital art to date has been work in progress, or extracts from larger projects, and as such has gone into my scrapbook -- but this one is all my own work (albeit done for a competition) so it's gonna join my poetry 'n such in my gallery!
Eighteen months ago, I didn't exactly leave, and now I'm not exactly back.
I called in for one of my very infrequent visits to clean out my inbox -- at least in part because somebody apparently requested my password (I'm sure it was a case of mistaken identity!) I decided it was time to make a quick post -- although really there's nothing much to report. A couple more novels under the belt (neither of them completed though) and a couple more HLDM levels to my name. I really haven't been doing anything worth putting up on deviantART.
The site looks a little sleeker and shinier these days, and I almost find myself tempted to re-subscribe.
"The time has come..."
Is it still trendy, I wonder, to throw a fit, pull all of your artwork down, storm out and slam the door behind you, as the words "I am leaving" echo hollowly around your now empty user page? That is not what I am doing -- I never was particularly trendy at the best of times -- but I am, for now, saying "so long".
I guess the fact that I no longer know what's trendy around here says it all. I just don't spend my time here like I used to.
I'm not leaving. If anything, I've already left!
Back in the day, I would spend my every waking hour haunting the forums, writing long posts on a wide variety of subjects. I jus
Time for a journal update, I guess, since it seems the NaNo graphics are no longer being served, and since NaNoWriMo 2006 is long over.
So where am I now?
Well, I'm struggling to keep above water at the moment. My '06 novel still needs quite a bit of work before it's ready to give to my friends who are clamoring for it. I'm also making the attempt to get my house clean and tidy (-ish). I don't have time for either, because I'm now cooking for myself again -- now that my kitchen is no longer a breeding-ground for Pilchardella (like Salmonella, but cheaper and oilier) -- which leaves me no spare time between getting home from work, and goi