So after yesterday writing my synopsis of 2018, its time for me to discuss my plans for 2019. First of all, this is likely to be the year that I move away from home and begin my new life as an English teacher in a foreign country!! I don't exactly know where, but my hopes are to get a job in Singapore first of all, ideally teaching children, I'm extremely excited to make it happen and can't wait to find out what's in store for me!!
Next, I would like to discuss some of the games I am particularly excited for next year, and on top of my list of most awesome games 2019 will be the one and only DREAMS!!!! Media Molecule's big next generation create-your-own videogame experience for PS4!!! I am honestly way too excited about this game, and have been since the concept was still announced. In short, the game will allow the player to create their own entire games out of clay, but not only that but characters made in the game can be assigned to the PS4 controller's gyroscope and buttons, allowing them to be moved as puppets, in other words you can expect 3D puppet shows involving my characters in the near future!! I am SO EXCITED!!!!
The other game I'm very much looking forward to is Ship of Heroes, an independently developed science fiction MMORPG about a spaceship the size of a metropolitan city where everyone is a superhero or supervillain, and everyone gets to go on all kinds of crazy adventures throughout the galaxy. This is a spiritual sequel to City of Heroes, a game from 2005 that I almost got the chance to play, but never did. Now I have a newfound interest in the genre, this is going to be a very interesting and exciting experience!!
Finally, I have a lot of plans for the future of my own art. First of all, an extra big thanks to for promising to help me further improve both my 3D modelling and my 2D art over the course of 2019, and hopefully by the end I should be able to create both to a relatively professional level. I'm also planning on starting commissions for 3D character models, which will be usable in games such as VRChat, Sonic World and any other games I learn to mod them into. Next I'm hoping to master the art style termed Kemono, a very adorable Japanese style of anthromorphic art, where characters tend to have smaller bodies, but massive paws, hips and feet. I've been interested in the style for a long time, and I decided its time to have a go at it myself!!
I hope you all have an epic 2019, here's to an awesome year!!