I don’t like to say “no” to people. I don’t like receiving “no’s” from people. So, I go out of my way to ensure other people don’t get them from me. That being said, I am doing a good job here, in 2013, at not taking on so much that I get overwhelmed and projects fall short of where I want them. Three projects is good. Four, not so much.
When I got back from my family vacation to “sunny” Indiana, I dove headfirst into two real projects and one not so real project. The first of the projects is my aforementioned web-series I’ve entitled Ripley Madison. I’ve written the first few episodes and am moving right along. In the next few weeks I will be organizing a casting call as well as interviewing crew, which I will probably have to field from my fellow Brooks alumni, or simply post something up at the school to get current students looking to add a web-series to their resumes (wow, run-on-sentence). I say this, because until I’m able to make these first few episodes to help sell a kickstarter page, I’ll need people who are willing to work for free.
I will keep y’all updated as this process moves along.
The next project I dove into is that of my church’s website. They need a new one. I’m working on it on another web address, which I will share at a later date–once I have a more completed, less ugly thing to show you. But it’s gonna be awesome. The theory is to streamline the way the viewer views and uses the site, while taking the design forward into the 21st century. Yeah.
And the third project, which really isn’t a project, so much as it’s me hanging out in Tamriel, has been a great escape.
Yes I play an orc, and yes I punch things to death. Can’t wait for Elder Scrolls Online.
Anywho, I’m glad to be back. More later.