If anyone is still watching this page, you'll have noticed that nothing gets updated. Pretty much ever. lol Well, that basically corresponds accurately to the artwork that I've been doing, or rather.. not doing. I get a few ideas every now and then, but usually I'm way too busy to carry them out. And yes, it's not just a matter of time but also of priority. There's so much in general that I want to do that I'll never be able to fully accomplish everything over the course of this lifetime, and the only solution is assigning my goals qualitatively.
Unfortunately, I'm in the process of working through one of my most important goals - college - which leaves little free time as it is for other experiences. The best way I've found to navigating courses is devoting myself entirely to the workload instead of fighting it, which is hard to do but has kept me relatively sane. A major downside to this is that I feel my room for creativity has become extremely limited. We're supposed study these ways of thinking and regurgitate it on tests, but when it comes time to provide our own input, I feel lost.
Do any of you guys ever feel like this? The extent of my artistic creativity right now is in organizing my life, but when something like college does that for you, I can't help but think I'm doing something wrong here.
Listening to: Rush
Reading: Kant's Critique of Pure Reason
Playing: Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess