Let’s play!

2개월 전

Busy weekends have left me drained during the workweek and I haven’t been able to keep up with posting.. Sorry bout that.

If I’m honest, I have little to no creative energy after work so I usually end up playing games, reading comics or watching anime. It might not be the most productive way to spend my time but it brings me joy. I got into this fun adventure game from the Apple Arcade called Cat Quest II. It’s my newest guilty pleasure and I love the cute kawaii style. The chibi adventurers put a smile on my face when they’re running across the map. They kick up dust while they hop about and it’s so stinking adorable! Maybe I’ll share a gameplay video on threespeak!

I’ve also been catching up on the web comic, “Let’s Play” which can be read on Webtoons and reading the latest English translations of Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign. Besides the games and comics, I’m watching anime. I just finished Fruits Basket and I prefer the 2019 reboot over the 2001 series. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba also wrapped up its first season which makes me sad because it’s so good!! I’m tempted to purchase the manga to see what happens next! Another anime that I discovered was Mononoke. It’s a visually stunning mystery, psychological horror series which takes place in Edo period Japan. The story follows a medicine seller as he journeys across Japan in search of spirits called “Mononoke” to slay. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea but I’d recommend giving this short 12 episode series a shot!

I’m currently hanging out at @caffetto and it feels so good! I rarely get to sit and enjoy a cup a tea after work because I’m usually bring @guthrie back home for bed. @kommienezuspadt’s the best! <3 I asked if I could take some alone time tonight and he kindly agreed. I’m going to take this opportunity to catch up on things that I’ve wanted to share, like the photo above that I edited awhile back and a progress video that I made of my commission drawing. On the same topic of drawing... I see all these awesome Inktober sketches circulating here on Steem and it makes me wanna draw!! Like I’ve said before, I’m low on creative energy but I’d like to try to sketch up a few images for Inktober. They might be late but I wanna play too! 🥺

Photo shot by @kommienezuspadt and edited by yours truly.


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Hah! It took me a minute to figure out what you meant!

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Oooo those colors! And yeah, get on that Inktober bandwagon already 😂

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I know..the colours are so beautifuuul! And yes! I should jump on that wagon! I was just trying to figure out the whole creativecoin Inktober contest rules because it says that we should take a photo of our drawings with our name written in paper..How does that works with digital stuff.. 🤔

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That sounded wasteful (of paper to me) so I just include my handle as a watermark on my sketch 🤷🏻‍♂️ and took a pic of my iPad. Check any of my posts toward the end. Hoping that does it 😂

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I noticed that you did that! I’ll give it a shot!

Creative energy will come and go. I also get inspired again by exposure to the work of others producing my craft. In my case it’s fiction writing. Work can really take everything out of a person! All I want when I come home is a glass of wine and Steem. But I try to keep myself from being lazy for very long.

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All true! I also find inspiration from my peers. I think I just need to get back to doing yoga three days out of the week so I can rebuild my stamina. With that checked off my list, I’m sure more physical energy will lead me towards more time awake to create. :D

Hello @vermillionfox, thank you for sharing this creative work! We just stopped by to say that you've been upvoted by the @creativecrypto magazine. The Creative Crypto is all about art on the blockchain and learning from creatives like you. Looking forward to crossing paths again soon. Steem on!