Going back to work next week. It's a good thing I get to do work I like, but it's also a little sad knowing I'll have very little time for hobbies. I guess being unemployed for a little while has made me too attached to the "free" life... But work is mostly fun too.
Not sure if it was a good idea to start playing an online crane game. I won't say how much I spent to win just one Snow Miku watch and a Sakura Miku plushie... I do get easily addicted :/ Now I promise to take a break from those damned money eating machines for a while (unless there's cool new prizes... which in the end are usually cheaper to just buy second hand, but the chance of getting something with just a couple of plays is so tempting...)
I intended to get my first digital drawing done by today, but definitely not happening. Maybe next week. Looking at Clip Studio Paint tutorials would've been best done before starting, now I've just been experimenting... I feel there would often have been easier ways to do things.
I feel like today I've rediscovered the joy of drawing. I spent hours sketching and doing lineart and it was incredibly fun!
Yesterday I felt like going back to traditional drawing, but tonight I was actually amazed how good-looking lineart I managed to create (well, on my standards). I guess I'm slowly getting accustomed to digital drawing. I hope to finish at least one of my works by Friday.
I got my Clip Studio Paint! Yay! Seems uninstalling the Wacom driver and Setup Wizard and re-downloading them did the trick. Now I can practice digital drawing! It will take time to learn the coordination and functions though.
The frustration... my Wacom tablet came with bundled software, but despite all the attempts I can't register my tablet on their site in order to redeem the software. As if their site is down, I just get a message "service unavailable". Just emailed customer support. Would be nice to actually use the tablet...