hey, all! i'd just like to give an update/announcement in regards to my toyhou.se.
i'm sure most of you aren't even aware of this, but i've been quietly working away at either rewriting/editing/updating/polishing profiles i've already written, or adding new profiles, beginning with lore profiles.
just, in general, regarding authoring character profiles and worlds... with all of the content i've thought up over the years, it's no small task! starting at the beginning, it's been a challenge finding ways to capture it all, and toyhou.se has been an excellent, exciting first step at bringing my ideas out of the realm of my imagination and into the world.
creating my toyhou.se profiles to my image of a totally complete character wiki thing is not quick, though. it's a big stride i take, jumping from concept to finished work. right now, i'm at the stage of figuring out how to break it down into more manageable, yet satisfying bits. i also want to find ways to make it quicker... (maybe i will tab my character profiles with rough drafts, separate from their main profile...?)
more on that, it's important to me to find a quick way to author these things because my own stories in my head change all the time and they need to be written down to be consistent. but now, it's even more important, because i am a student (and soon, a working student,) whose once more heavily limited on time... when u can’t be a neet playing make believe bc you have to participate in society and be productive while doing it TCH
so, for now, i'm declaring a hiatus, specifically on publishing what i consider complete character profiles. i don't want to stress myself out thinking about my toyhou.se all the time! i might post rough rough ROUGH drafts in place of that like i said, or chip away at sections weeks at a time, because i don't want to completely abandon the ideas i'm juggling around until an indefinite date forever, either. i can't promise this, though. i may just be inactive all the way until my next break in studies and work, too. i dunno.
the creative process is a unique one for every creative author in the world, and i guess it's one we're always trying to find, too.
i leave you all with a classic: