Catgroove, let that beat build!
Yo, what does this look like to you?
Throughout the last couple of days I’ve been trying to fix an audio problem on my new computer. It works exactly the way I need for it to work, my only means of sound however is with headphones – which is fine for now. Aside from that, I’m going to put it through some large scale tests to make sure it doesn’t break when I need it most. It played the Binding of Isaac at it’s best compared to my (now) backup computer. If it can survive other pc games like Thief or at least run Unity and Maya, I’ll count this whole adventure a success. But, it seems I almost forgot that my life is temporally no longer my own to enjoy. The job shark I personally hired to protect me has now awakened (though some natural job metamorphic shift as a man instead of a woman) to help keep me from becoming a lazy potato.
I’m going to need a plan soon, that works.
Everything seems to be in motion
Just need a team to keep me focused
I’m no leader
But I’m inspired
Once my stories are done
When my simple art is noticed
I’ll have more
Simple yet complex
There will be jokes and jokers
There are always jeers and crabs
So many crabs
So many creeps
For now I’ll keep working is silence
That’s how I choose to freelance
Explore when ready
Not when forced
That’s the plan
If so simple
If not complex
That’s my idea
Poem aside, I’m going to continue cleaning up my little resume sites and resume for the new job shark. He plans on finding new game industry links and jobs for me to fish for on a weekly basis (don’t ask me how). To open other career paths, I’ve given him the freedom to look into architecture and other obscure jobs that college has indirectly prepped me for. (Should of told him to look for writing jobs too, fick!)