Not much interesting stuff to tell about me. Grew up in a village, lived there (or near there) most of my life. I'm currently working as a computing specialist for a small computing service provider.
If you like my stuff, check out my Artstation as well: https://www.artstation.com/raenfox
I usually post additional images there.
Interesting, that is very similar to my own story.
Well, if you're interested, you could join our corp. Didn't mean to turn this into a recruitment drive, it's just an offer. We're multi-cultural, mostly European (I'm German, for example) and some Americans. It's a training corp, welcoming new members, introducing them into the game and preparing them for low and null sec if they want to transition later on (though people are welcome to stay as long as they like, some may not want to leave at all). Doing all kinds of stuff, mining, ratting, PVP etc. Also a great place to ask questions.
"Everyone versus Everyone", that's what EVE stands for (true fact). The game is a true sandbox where virtually everything is player-controlled, and almost anything goes. Especially now since the game is 20 years old. There's players that have done everything and now they're constantly looking for "content". There's no save haven, not even in high sec (I've been repeatedly ganked in high sec while mining). We recently kicked a spy from our corporation who revealed himself by killing the fleet commander during a fleet action by our alliance. Luckily it wasn't the actual commander but an alt he used for scouting. There's few things that haven't happened, few betrayals that haven't been done.
Being sold out by your own cooperation, that's harsh though. Trust is difficult to gain but easy to loose, especially in this game.