In all seriousness

Ok ok, I’m posting my next move and specifying what I’m doing now.

Okay, y’all. So, basically, I’m forcing myself out of my funk. As you know from my last blog post written in pure rage. 😬😓 (give me a break, I was reading about stuff to improve my art. Improvement has always been the soul crusher in my life)

I absolutely refuse to write long posts and pages about my concultures. I believe I’d rather like to split them up. It is tedious to write about every single character in a long post only for that post to never be looked at again even if I write about said characters. I have no idea if links work for people! So, I rather just split them up into informationals.

I am trying my hardest to communicate with you all the best way I can, but communication has never been my strong suit. Honesty is great too, but I’m trying to give relevant honesty and not honesty that gets on people’s nerves. I like to pretend I’m a good person, but I doubt I am.

I hate to post more than once per day, but it is what it is. I still have more to post and more to talk about.

Drawing can be rewarding but it’s also something I hide from at times. Sometimes I hide from putting characters out here. I mean, they are as they are.

Anyway, it was nice talking to you. Happy End of February. See you. Make sure to get good rest and stay hydrated and healthy.


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I don’t like feet; I’m just trying to be funny and that’s a word I think about a lot.

This is a blog about assorted topics I’m interested in. I will write about different things. I love worldbuilding and I like researching. :)


15 replies on “In all seriousness”

I took two theatre classes in college and learned a lot of life lessons, but the ability to open up and candid and just release everything was what I learned the most. I struggle with opening up and communicating. I thought I was great, but once I was up on that stage. I was left with myself and choices that I had to choose. It is much like drawing and designing. Sometimes I go to my little area (don’t have a studio yet) and I draw and sometimes I just sit there staring at the paper thinking of all the limitations I hear from everyone and struggle to perform. Sometimes I don’t. Just like being here on this blog. It takes a lot of discipline I’m learning how to have and not receiving performance anxiety. It’s like, having no soul. It’s impossible to know what to do next and the brain has no way of going on autopilot. That’s definitely why I have to calm down and not force myself to do anything and why it’s great to study acting and not be an actor.😂 However, that acting class was great because it helped me pose characters. With writing, I have sooo much more time to think and be human.😂

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