NaNoWriMo 2019 project + book cover

Greetings, I have a big announcement today. I have decided to participate in this year's NaNoWriMo. For those who are not aware of what this is about, NaNoWriMo aka National Novel Writing Month is an annual writing event taking place every November. Writers from all over the world will attempt to finish a 50,000 words… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2019 project + book cover

A guide to Fujihita

Fourteen months ago, I boycotted facebook and created this WordPress blog. At the time, I intended for the blog to be a replacement of my facebook account; a social portal using which anyone can get to know who I am and anyone can easily reach me if they want to. Much like my old facebook timeline, I wanted… Continue reading A guide to Fujihita

Ooyodo drawing (full color)

The hold-off July has been a cruel mistress to me, I have a schedule so full on academic activities that I can barely take my time on the daily one-hour night stroll. I was supposed to release the third chapter of White Destiny last Sunday but the editorial work is taking longer than anticipated and… Continue reading Ooyodo drawing (full color)

Learning as part of hobbies

I learned more about HTML markups from creating forum templates, project-time-and-human management from hosting games, database accounting with VBA and Excel, game design, graphic design, theatrical story telling rules, Medieval history, Nordic lore, Greek mythology, World War II, weapon facts, Meteorology, Physics, Chemistry, etc. and etc. from hobbies than from any teacher. Best of all, as these know-how are spawned from needs, and are put into practice right away, they come easily and tend to stay in mind longer as is the case of learning how to swim.

A box of crayons

For starters, I am a self-taught graphic designer. The software I use is Photoshop CS4 and I have around five years of experience. I was often asked to create banners, posters and forum signatures and a mundane number of graphic for other projects. I am one of those "redesigners" who take stock graphics elsewhere and re-brew them into derivative… Continue reading A box of crayons