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November 7th, 2005

Productivitude

It's weird how my productivity comes in such fits and spurts. After weeks of having art be like pulling teeth, I spent this past week in a kind of Manic Art Fit. Doing badges, icons, and sketches, and being ahead in strips -- particularly since I'm coloring the strips myself while katayamma recovers from the fire -- this is so not what I'm used to. 0.o

Part of it has been deliberate self-immersion on my part ... I tend to get moody when the season changes[1], and keeping my hands busy makes my brain shut up for a while. (Some people talk to avoid thinking ... I draw or write.) Another part of it is that work lightened up, finally, and it's amazing how much more productive you can be without a 16 ton weight on your head!

Less visible, but still happening, is that there's been some nice percolation going on in my mind about my writing. laurie_robey and I did some brainstorming about the larger picture of the Brigid and Greg stories yesterday, meta-story stuff about what makes them work, how they interact and what the implications are, that kind of thing. While we didn't come up with any real plots, we did get a better handle on what makes B&G tick, and that will certainly pave the way for more and better stuff from them.

So, hurrah for productivity!

But alas now, it's back to the job. Bleah! ;P But at least it's not Starbucks. ;)

-The Gneech

EDIT: Oh yeah! Vince's fitness post reminded me, that another thing is that I've managed to add workouts back into my routine finally. That's another item on the "How am I cramming all this stuff in?" list. Although the Bowflex workouts are considerably easier to do (and recover from) than the Kung Fu.

[1] Those who follow my moods may, at this juncture, be saying, "Well dammit Gneech, you get depressed when the weather sucks all summer, and you get depressed when the weather changes to being nice in the fall. WTF is wrong with you?" Well, the only response I have is, "Hey, at least you're just reading about it -- I have to live with this shit!" ;)

Yerfery

Scott Ruggels (ruggels) posted a long essay in yerf, about the site's continued state of nonexistence, and the fallout in the furry community. Some salient quotes and thoughts thereabout...Collapse )

PS: For the record, my applications to Yerf were always rejected sans comment. So my relationship and attitudes towards Yerf are possibly colored by my status as a wannabe. But I also know what it's like to have a fanbase -- and the importance of having "energy" and "buzz" within that fanbase.

(x-posted to anti_yerf)

Okay, I'm Bored Now.

Time for a random empty post!

Don't point that at me, it might go off!

-The Gneech

PS: I need to write some scripts.

Achieved Today

  • Finished a project at work

  • Wrote SJ scripts through 11/23 -- Yin fans, you're getting your wish!

  • Got a thread of 47+ comments and growing by posting a goofy pic of myself ;)

  • Posted something that actually inspired at least one other person to put a thoughtful post into their LJ ^.^

  • Did a boatload of shopping

  • Have badges printed and on the way, for distribution at MFF


I've had a busy day!

Tomorrow, I need to draw Friday's strip, make a haircut appointment for this weekend, do my Tuesday Bowflex routine, and find a dermitologist. If I can get a Fictionlet posted, that would be good, too.

-The Gneech

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