SO I’m working on this Bioshock piece and omfg.. I’ve been working on this gun for AGES. (I mean I actually spent most of the day outside but the whole time I’ve been home.. this fucking gun). I don’t normally draw weapons or constructive things or just… things in general. It’s really important that I change that but still.. holy shit. I finished Elizabeth and Booker easy - people are easy. But guns? NOPE. fuq me. I still have the entire background, which will include some floating cities (because uhm yes thank you best) and will feature songbird because my roommate insists.
ERGH. Here have a WIP.
i have this chronic issue where the only income-generating things i’m good at and actually have a ~creative passion~ for
don’t generate income often
(acting, writing, graphic design???? sort of??? not really??)
they’re the touch-and-go freelancey things unless you Make It Big and i can’t see that happening for myself and omg i don’t know what to do for a stable career backup when i’m older
i can waitress and manipulate the male gaze for tips i guess
or something in historical academia
except that probably isn’t very stable either and i don’t know anything uSeFuL
(can you make money out of knowing that once robert dudley wiped his face with elizabeth tudor’s hanky??? no??? ok no future it is then)
i am registering for college classes tomorrow so if i have any savvy college followers your input would be much appreciated kthx
should i take primarily easy classes/classes that are in my strong/interest areas and fulfill a small number of credits first quarter so that i can get my feet on the ground and not kill myself from the stress of both people and school or should i start worrying about gen ed reqs right now (also know that the only gen ed things i really have to worry about and are not in my area is one, possibly two science classes and this weird independent 1-credit research class thing that i have to do twice during the year which is not particularly outside of my area but i don’t want to do it)