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So today is my back at school.
For all those who doesn't know I'm going to start a CFGS in Animation 3D, games and interactive spaces (Spanish degree) + HND in creative media production, 3D animation and game design (English degree).
And let's be honest, I'm freaking out.
1) I have studied in the same school all my life. 16 freaking years inside the same building (remember I had to re-take my last year, so that's one year more). I knew everybody there. When I started a new year and they introduced us to our new teachers I already had seen them for years during breaks or in the teacher's hall. I knew how everything worked.
And now everything is new. I don't know the teachers. I don't know how stuff works. It's pretty scary.
2) 15 of those 16 years were spent next to the same people. Boys and girls I grew up with, people I spent more time than with my parents. Last year was a big step for me but now as big as this one. Being in such a familiar place I met a lot of people that were a year younger than me, so the first day I already had some friends in my class (as time passed I started hanging out with people I was more alike instead of this first group, but I was never alone). This year everybody is new. I know that everybody will be in the same position, and since we are so few girls (3 or 4 in a class of 20) I will have somebody to talk with, also all my friends who were knew at my old school told me that they remembered I was the first person who approached them in the first day and how easy it was befriend with me.
Still… I'm a little bit scared of end up without friends…
3) I REALLY want to be a god student. Anxiety made my last three years of school a living nightmare, like having panic attacks on my finals which led to temporary memory loss (sometimes I would end up forgetting my surname or which subject was the exam about) so yeah, my grades for the last years were pathetic. I went from a A student to a F student within a year (it all started in 3º ESO, 8th grade for non-Spanish, with my jaw problems) and I want to feel proud of myself, and make my parents proud of me.
So I must study and work hard.
Which means less computer.
(Fun type of computer I mean)
As I told you before… I'm studying 3D Animation and Game design… and that means characters design, landscape design and stuff like this, so it's very likely that I will be able to submit stuff from class, cool I-hope-that-improved stuff. So I won't be totally out of sight.
And this cool subjects (like Design, drawing & modeling or 2D & 3D Animation) is the reason why I'm so excited. No more having to study the visual representation of a Catalan word, no more Spanish history. ANIMATION! DRAWING! LIGHTS! Fun stuff! Like really fun stuff. So I'm really happy and excited (still kinda scared, hahaha).
(Also I won't be studying in my little town but in Barcelona. Which is cool and makes me feel like a grown up person)
Also, this school is REALLY expensive, and anybody who has watch the news lately knows that the economic situation in Spain is awful, so my parents are making a huge effort so I can afford attending to this school, and I would love to help them, so Comission are still open. I know that I'm far from being a god artist, that's why I try to keep prices low. (ainhochu.deviantart.com/art/Ch…
And last thing. Guess who is making her first cosplay ever? Yup. This lady.
I will dress up as Jade Harley God Tier version from Homestuck for El Saló del Manga de Barcelona. I will be cosplaying Saturday with the lovely ~Akhya as my Rose Lalonde.
I have almost finished the cosplay, and I will probably submit it to Tumblr, but I doubt that I will be able to do a photoshoot that day, and they are lending me the wig so I can't do the photoset another day. So I don't think I will be able to show you decent photos of the cosplay. (I mean cool, professional and artistic photos. There would be plenty of derp faces photos, I bet).
And that's all for now my cutie pies.
Love you, especially those who actually read this whole journal.