So it's been a while, I haven't posted, I've pretty much given up on my ability to draw, yay, progress!
So what's happened since I been gone?
Well I've applied to Universities, I've accepted offers for Universities, which by the way, getting to reject offers is very empowering. So I visited the Uni I feel in love with and I sent some of my literature work to one of the lecturers I met (Not the stuff I post here, 'actual' writing I do
) and he told me I have a real talent for it which gave me a lovely confidence boost for the week and has certainly helped me gain confidence in my writing. This lecturer told me all the things he liked and then gave my helpful criticism which i was so happy for, there's nothing worse than someone being overly joyous and lying when you clearly want help to learn. I haven't posted for a while I know, but if I put all my good writing on here, I won't have anything to publish will I? Hehehe.
So I've almost finished college, which by the way if you didn't know, I'm studying English Literature (Obviously), and Music and Music Tech. Funnily enough English was supposed to be an accompaniment and I was going to go on to do Music, however after realising that I never actually gave up my dream to be an author from when I was little I changed my mind to go on to study English, best decision ever! So I'm almost done, exams coming up and I just wanted to share what I think is the best revision tip for people like me, aka. Goldfish. I can't remember anything unless I am constantly reminding myself of it through revision and I realised when I was in school and I studied Spanish that recording my listening exam and listening to it had really helped me memorise that word for word, and I had got a B. So if I can memorise another language word for word, mind you the B was mainly for what I said not how I said it, then in English with things I just need the general idea of all the facts it should be perfect, right? Right! It worked like a charm, I recorded my music history notes and listened to them on the bus on my way to college and BAM! In Music History guess who got all the answers right? That's right, me! Hehehe. So if anyone with a difficult memory needs a tip, there you go, and trust me, I can only remember things alone if I really like them or I have a way of working out the answer, I don't remember facts, so this works.
Anyways! I hope you all enjoy your evenings, mornings and afternoons wherever you may be angels, perhaps I'll have some more simplistic drawings up for you, hahah. Detail clearly isn't where I should head.