Ok, so for a long time now I’ve been moping that I can’t finish writting a full story and woe is me, because that is the most tragic thing in the world and whatever, but today I was just looking around my Word documents and found out that I have, in fact, written a complete short story. That’s like 25 pages long. Written less than one year ago. And I just fucking forgot about it.
And I’m just thinking, wow, this is actually so fitting, that a gigantic airhead like me would forget that she actually wrote a full story. I mean, it’s not very good, mind you; it has a bunch of grammar errors and notes about things that I should change to make the story flow better and make more sense. But still, it’s kind of baffling to me that I wouldn’t remember that “oh, that’s right, I actually finished a thing, didn’t I?”
I’m just… kinda stunned by this realization.
I’m my own worst enemy, it’s me. And my worst enemy is a gigantic moron.
Second college semester has just started, so instead of starting to study early so I don’t get fucked in the exams later on, I’ve spent a great deal of my time making Miraculous Ladybug stickers as a present for a cousin of mine! The thing is, I kind of went overboard, so I have a lot of leftover stickers.
Like a lot.
Like 24 more than I was planning to make. So now I have 12 regular and 12 vinyl stickers lying around, and I’m not sure what to do with them.
Also an acrylic painting I made in 31/12/2017 – my last drawing of 2017.
Took about 4 hours to make it, and when I finished my eyes hurt like hell.
(I might come back and repaint the lower grass part)
Something quick I made in Drawpile to re-test it.
Trying something out (won’t be making any promises, though).
Assets were made by me; engine being used is RPG Maker VX Ace.
This is a veeeery long post, so I’m putting it under a readmore so you don’t have to be unwillingly bombarded by all my yapping!
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Woo! It’s almost five days until the
world year ends, so I’m going to post some things I’ve done recently.
Click on them if you wanna check the dates in which they were made.