Posts Tagged ‘Projects’
More finishing touches have been completed for Sylphie, the Butterfly Faerie, a custom champ idea in the works for “League of Legends.” This wonderful piece of art shown above was drawn by k1lleet, who was also the artist who put together the mummy skin idea for Kiya.
Hextech Sylphie has a nice ring to it, don’t you think? I will proudly display this artwork along with many other cool pieces that I have on standby. For instance, here is an abstract and symbolic drawing of Sylphie done by Imoristar (the voice actress for many of my previous custom champ concepts). Read the rest of this entry »
My friend, Rixian, doodled my custom champ (Kiya, the Fervor of the Sands) while we were playing some ranked games of “League of Legends” last evening. I love how well this Kiya project has been going. The contributions of some truly awesome people have made this fan project into something more than just an idea. I am excited to see where this all goes next.
Also, side note, Rixian does animations. Be sure to check out his stuff. >^..^<
Project Kiya (2.0) is coming along quite well. I am remaking the old Kiya. I am in the middle of trying to flesh out some elements, but, overall, I am excited with the direction of this fan project. With lots of art and other cool things slated, I really hope to step up my fan-creation game and make Kiya (2.0) truly special.
If anyone wants to contribute to this project in some fashion, either through artwork or something else, please feel free to contact me. I would be happy to add your contribution to help enhance Kiya’s concept. It would be purr-fect. I hope everyone is feline fine. >^..^<
At times, the best way to get better at a given activity is just to keep doing it until you work out the kinks and eventually improve. For a long while, I have wanted to learn how to cook/bake random things. I am interested in cooking/baking as a hobby of sorts, but part of me also respects those who know how to make yummy food.
So I was having an iffy day, which prompted me to seek something to cook or bake to distract myself from the crummy feelings. I opted to bake a cake.
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I have always respected the art of cooking. Everyone loves to eat, plus we all like to nom on things that taste nice. I love stuff from the Food Network. I mean … I love watching random things about cooking/restaurants. One could even call it an obsession of sorts.
So it is quite odd how I never really tried to practice cooking, despite all the years of gawking at the fancy dishes I come across on TV/YouTube. I have actually looked into recipes just for the sake of studying them. However, I would never lift up a spatula or bust out the measuring cups … until now.
WARNING: This guide has cat pictures sprinkled throughout because cats are awesome. NYA! >^..^< Read the rest of this entry »
So I was given my 2011 blog stats, and I gotta say that the numbers are pretty good if you consider some key elements.
- I did not start blogging at the beginning of 2011. In fact, my first blogs began in May.
- Truthfully, I was on the reluctant side when I began blogging. I needed an outlet for what I was feeling, but I was not completely ready to share said feelings with everyone. This is why I did not openly publicize my blog posts for a long time.
- Content-wise, I did not really get into the groove of things until some big things happened in my life.
I think a lot of people can be quite productive … when they want to be.
In a world with so many things that can and will distract you, it is often not surprising when something catches your attention and then ends up eating up hours of your time before you know it. This weekend in particular, I wanted to get a lot more work done, but alas I am very vulnerable to random things vying for my attention. It could be a TV show, a YouTube video, a forum thread … lots of things can end up causing me to forget all of the things I had planned to do.
But nonetheless, I think it really just boils down to a sense of personal discipline. If you do not have someone to remind you to get something done, then ultimately it is up you, and only you, to muster up enough motivation to be diligent with your own work.