As I type this, I'm trying not to reel from the sheer thought: "Dude, you're are now embarking upon the throes of your THESIS. A.K.A the culmination of the past five years and thousands of dollars. You [might/will] graduate with a Bachelors degree in May [depending on the success of said thesis]. THAT'S THREE MONTHS AWAY."
So, yes, my last semester has begun.
In other news, I'm now back from Japan. [Duh, April, since your physical presence is required for the new semester. Idiot.] And I've gotten over jet lag and re-settled back into my apartment. My adventures in another country have still left me the same as before unfortunately: awkward and moody. It was a fun trip, stressful at times, but well worth it. When will I have that kind of opportunity again? Probably never.
I've got some ideas for new artwork and I'm trying my hand with watercolors once more. I thought my news years resolution would be to "tackle more artwork with traditional mediums". So far, I've done barely anything but digital work thanks to my commission works in progress. I love watercolors and despite my inability to have any sense of patience I have a passable watercolor palette. I want to work on representing architecture in my drawings. It's somewhat funny, but mostly embarrassing, that I seldom incorporate "my life's pursuit" into my pastime. Can I mend this problem? We'll see.
My current to do list consists of thesis, commissions, stalking, hiding, a combination of stalking-hiding and sleeping. Oh, and a really good crepe once in a while.