After spending the last one and a half year mostly at the hospital and at home recovering from the car accident and everything that happened afterwards, I'm now finally at the point that I'm fit enough to work again. Which is good, because it will at least make an end to the continuous worries about money. After some stressful weeks of job interviews and everything I've landed a job at a nice web-company that allows me to work part time. And I can start tomorrow already. It's a bit exciting, but I'm definitely looking forward to do so :la:
Anyhow... That'll probably mean I'll be a lot less active here, at least until I figure out how to deal
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With the rise of numerous gadgets and applications for vectoring, photo manipulations, 3D modelling and illustration, the old pencil and paper are least getting noticed, kept inside drawers and sometimes never used again. I remembered attending a graphic design convention where one of the speakers (from an animation studio) forgot what is that “writing instrument with graphite” called. Everyone laughed when the audience figured it out for him that he is referring to a “pencil”.
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