90s, ironman and deciding what to do

Quite a long time ago when I was a kid I thought to make something great is like this:

You lock yourself in a cave and work away endlessly (shirtless and Metal background music optional). BTW, that is the best ironman opening and animated series ever.

However, somewhere along when I was doing rather well in the ever so popular STEM subjects, I decided I don’t want to do it anymore. I’m not Tony stark locked in a cave without a wardrobe. I don’t want to do things that I need to force myself to do. Just like that and fast forward few year here I am.

With half a dozen projects lined up for the past several weeks are certainly tiring, the most tiring I have ever been, but I would certainly do it again (after a rest of course, duh). Now with spring break approaching, one last project remain that I need to finish in the next 10 days, D&AD New Blood Awards.

I should go now, with shirt on, it’s still a bit too cold for shirtless design.

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