So since I was in Utrecht yesterday, I popped by Control Conference, a yearly games conference arranged in the Netherlands. Considering I am not great at networking, or events, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. Crowds make me anxious, and being, on average, about 30 centimeters shorter than most people around me (DUTCH PEOPLE ARE SO DAMN TALL!) is never a pleasant experience. I was determined to give it a
Oh, man. I’ve been working my butt off on my personal project (this is why I’ve been neglecting this blog so badly, too!), and it finally feels like I am progressing in my skills. Here are a few pieces I’ve been working on. Check my ArtStation for the whole in-progress story for each of them. I’m so happy to be able to work on this project and slowly learn about
The ones of you who accidentally stumbled to my blog during my long silent hiatus might have wondered where I went. You might have caught tidbits of activity on Tumblr or Twitter, but nothing more. 🙂 After months of grueling internship search and an impressive list of “no”s to my applications, I’ve turned towards working more on my skills and catching up on things I know I could do better.
So in order to not let my blog gather altogether too much dust, I was struggling what to post.. and then I realized I had never really gone through my creative processes before. I’d post WIPs on Tumblr and Instagram, but not really explained my reasoning behind the steps, or talked about my self-perceived shortcomings and learning points. So if you’re in the mood for checking out how one of
Very difficult, as it turns out. Besides trying to stay on track with school work and life that has suddenly become extra challenging (to say the least!), I’ve been trying to get my website to look more “like me”, if you will. I’ve gone through 3 different themes in the last 4 months and extensive tweaks in each one, and the light at the end of the tunnel seems to be