I’ve been planning; working as well as thinking about a specific project for a couple of years, now. I’m not going to spoil too much, but it’s something geared towards everyone. I do hope that this will benefit anyone and/or everyone who actually applies themselves to what I’ll be exposing soon. This is just a mere preview. Photoshop brushes.
(P.S: I listen to Video Game Soundtracks whilst I work, so I will actually provide links to what I’ve been listening to at the time of me producing work)
Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike (Composer – Hideki Okugawa)
I’ll provide a routine post to inform you readers about work that I have produced that are attached to specific pages. I had recently graduated (well, it’s been a while, actually) – and since then, I’ve been at home resting and planning my future. For those who are interested in viewing my work that I have recently produced, click the link. (Recently meaning: work that I have produced in my last year of University, but do make sure to browse other pages too, as they will contain work that I produced at University.)
[Here is a preview of a few bits and pieces I’ve created; part of my icon – or social insignia – Not quite sure yet, but only time will tell. I’ve always had a thing for simplistic designs; I believe simplicity can go a heck of a long way, depending on how you function it]
As a creative, I can’t help but stress on the idea of being a perfectionist. Don’t get me wrong, I love the element of it; wanting to work in a way until you’re completely satisfied, no matter how hard you work, you’re not done until you know you’re satisfied. However; God knows how time consuming that can be, how indecisive one can be in the process of creating. I’ve just spent a week (probably more than a week; so much to say that I can’t even put an accurate duration on the time spent) and a bit trying to design myself an icon…of myself… for my website which will most probably be used for various other sources. It took me a while. I’m satisfied. For now. However, I’ll be making amendments in the future. So let’s just say I am “temporarily satisfied”..