Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Spark in the dark

There is definitely a strong enviromental factor in my production.
I don't know how I've not noticed it til now, but there definitely is.

I was bored out of my mind, sitting around at uni, and I started drawing. And trying to make games. And comics.
A lack of internet (I ran an experiment..) Both seriously helped and seriously hindered. I wasn't as distracted, but then I had nothing to call on when I got stuck.
It's the greatest catch 22.
That and I do definitely have trouble focusing on such tasks, because the more I poke at them the more I realize how much I need to actually work out.
So many codes.
So many assets.
So many designs.
So many decisions.

This counts as a revelation as I did manage to make new comics, and actually gave ADOH/Riccius A bit of an update.
Now I just need to find a way to exploit it...



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  2. You have to actually do the stuff in the day, you have to start when you don't feel like it. You'll feel like it quickly once you get going.

    Also, think about why you get pumped up in the night. Find out the reason, like maybe you busy yourself consuming useless content all day and the night is the only time you slow down to think.

    For procrastination, it could be because you don't actually know how to do the thing, in which case you should do some research and figure it out. Or you might not feel like it, in which case it's almost certainly better off done. Try somethings you don't feel like doing, and 5 minutes in make a note of whether you're glad you decided to do it.