The beginning of February is right around the corner and to be quite honest I'm displeased with my progress.
I've started my 200 theme challenge but I've only gotten to no. 4 (and that was from since December)
I failed to complete my Nanwrimo book despite having more than enough time ( and no excuse can pardon that)
Well I still want to improve my drawing skills before I begin the children's book...Not to mention that I have to summarize the story and adapt a drawing style suitable to Japanese feeling of the book ( not to mention that I asked the author to draw that book years ago...)
I started six portraits on New Years Day and haven't drawn a single one since and I have not started my hand challenge yet. I promised myself that I'd start back the portraits after I had more knowledge of the skull but so far I've only drawn one diagram and haven't even tried to memorize its parts.
My writing prompts will wait until I get my own personal computer, (squee!) if i get it ( I find that after I say I'm going to get something, plans just fall to pieces) I will also try to complete my botched Nanwrimo story as well as my pending fan fictions that have been sitting there for years.
I've completed half a page from my references and the work is more than I expected...
I've put a hold on the entire reviewing scenario until I get more comfortable with giving advice through commentation.
Career choice is the same but I need to sign up.
Things just keep on piling up but I'll have to take things slowly, piece by piece.
I cannot say that I've ever truly worked for something that I wanted, no scratch that, needed (I mean the " work myself to the bone, so much that its the only thing on my immediate conscience," kind of dedication) and that needs to change. I've tired of seeing the passion of others and feeling empty inside because I never made an effort for the things that I love.
It's about time for me to change by picking up my flame, can you?