as the new year looms ever closer, I've been caught in a decision about a career change. Do I:
a) Pour all my efforts into a full-time job
b) continue to hustle for freelance tabletop work (toward achieving a solid 12-months work schedule)
c) put aside the freelance work and focus purely on my fiction writing (i.e. all the short stories and the two books that need finishing/editing)
'cause doing all three at the same doesn't seem to be getting me closer to any single goal
Bring your artists of:
- animal forms in a realistic but stylized way
- animals expressive in their face & with motion
- fulfill 9 duotone pieces by mid- to late-Feb.
Nonbinary, trans, & black artists & people of color preferred. Send portfolio to contactbriecs@ Gmail.
Paid gig! Ref KS tinyurl.com/TurnKS for an idea what we'd been planning. Willing to explore but this is what we have now. Duotone color palette is black & Pantone 354 C if that helps! Serious applicants only, please. Thanks!
@Monte_Lin Well, one principle is, "do what you can." I'd never want someone to back when they can't afford it. If they buy something later because that's when they have the money, or download a PDF and tell everyone about it, or whatever, those things are all very valuable.
Just do what you can, whenever you can do it.
The greatest benefit is usually to back our Patreons or whatever. (https://patreon.com/joshua). It's how we get paid to take the creative risks that make big projects possible.
This piece is late, really, for the games industry, but illustrates why I as a freelance writer about games didn’t really want to write the ‘polemic’ about the ‘state’ of a game if the game itself was fucking garbage and built on garbage and people fucking whined that I never wrote about AAA, or games about men, constantly https://coleoptera.neocities.org/9outof10.html
Asian-American writer and editor for fiction, tabletop games, and video games trying to reconcile the Asian, American, and hyphen
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