My Goal as a Creator: Hope Thesis + Logo Reveal

The last three months have been challenging and stressful and eventually made me want to forget everything and instead create water powered elevators in a virtual Minecraft world where physics is practically nonexistent and where the imagination is fueled with pretty blocks that do cool things.

Well, I did make the elevators. But the last few weeks of the semester, I created something that I was far more proud of, something that would carry through in my endeavors to become a graphic designer and digital creator, that carried a significance that I want to maintain in my future creations and eventually share with the world: Hope Thesis.

(not to bash Minecraft, of course. I am rather happy with those elevators.)

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Being a Writer in a World of Instant Gratification

Most of the time, the best things take the most time.

As a writer, this statement could not be more true.

being a writer in a world of instant gratification - tea with tumnus

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The Problem with Geekery (by a Geek)

I know this post is a bit unusual and controversial and I might get a lot of, er, interesting comments, based on what kind of followers and readers I have. But there’s a problem Geekery has that we geeks are aware of, but don’t want to even admit or think about. It’s the white elephant in the room, and this white elephant is taking up a lot of space in Geekdom.Problem with Geekery - Tea with Tumnus

The problem is immersion.

It might help if I define it based on the context here; Perhaps I do not think it means what you think it means.

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