As 2021 fades away from calendars and is replaced with 2022, it’s time to look back on it one more time before moving on. As my annual tradition, I want to recap what I’ve done this year and reflect on it.Continue reading “2021 Year in Review”
NaNoRenO has finally wrapped up and we’ve survived another March. It was a lot less hectic than last March when we were grappling with the start of a pandemic. I’ve known since before NaNo started that this would be my last big team project that I’d lead, but I didn’t fully know why I felt that way. I assumed it was burnout, but I continued on. Just one last project, it’d be fine.Continue reading “The Road Ahead”
Phew. The year from hell is almost over. I think it’s safe to say this year was not what anyone expected nor wanted. At the time of writing this (December 27th) I’ve moved back home and been in isolation with my parents since spring break in March. But I want this to mention the good things that happened this year, since there were a few happy things!
- Graduated college with a bachelors in computer science from the school of engineering
- Released Enamored Risks
- Started marketing for Virtuality Project
- 1 year anniversary at Studio Élan
- Spoke at VNConf and Crunchyroll Expo
- Had an interview with a AAA company for my dream job
As of November 2nd 2020, my deviantART account is 10 years old.
It’s kinda weird seeing it roll over to double digits- after all, this is my oldest online account (that I still remember, at least). But what feels even stranger to me is looking back and thinking about my different mindsets at different points in time while I was on this site.Continue reading “10 Years”