I’ve spent the last couple of hours working on the comic strip. Y’know, redeveloping characters (it now appears that my Anim2D character won’t appear at all), deciding on a layout, blah blah blah. I could probably have the first strip done by tonight, but I think I’ll get a couple of strips out of the way, giving me a little room to breathe before the next comic is due. It became apparent a few minutes ago that nobody in this world is capable of cooking a McCain’s pizza to perfection. There’s such a fine line between doughy and burnt that I fear I’ll need to spend more time staring at the oven than I will enjoying the pizza.
Maybe frying the pizza would be a better option.. I don’t see how, but I’m sure additional oil would benefit a pizza greatly
Work is starting to become a real pain in the ass. Same with college, really. I’m just now starting to really doubt whether I should go back to uni next year. I know it seems like the good option — actually it is the good option, but I just don’t know whether I’ll be able to follow through with it. Something I’ve discovered about myself recently is that if I’m not doing something I absolutely love I tire of it quickly. If it challenges me in ways I don’t want to be challenged, I’ll just try to ignore it.
Case in point — the assignment that was due last week at college. I still haven’t started it. Why? I don’t like the assignment, I don’t like the class that the assignment is for and I don’t like the teacher that takes the class. It was the same in high school, the difference was that I breezed through high school without trying because of my baffling intellect. Regardless, something needs to be done. I can’t have work, school, a girlfriend, a hobby and a business all at the same time. Maybe I should hurry up and get Levelseven up and running properly and then make that my work, thus eliminating Woolworths from the equation. I would rather that than quit school so I can work at Woolworths and try to develop a business on the side.
I give up.