I realy should write these kinds of things in a blog, but I don’t update those enough to get regular commenters.
I’m currently setting up a small company developping games. Figuring out which taxes to pay, what insurances to look forward to, and what possible revenues could be… is a hasle I have to do even though I’d rather just start making games for my first client, and for our future (hopefully) publishing contracts.
The thing is, I’m still working part time at another company doing translations and making PR material with indesign and blender…
I’ve been blessed and cursed with a weird set of skills (4 languages, translating fluently three of them, and making good adds because of my analytic capabilities, and very net-and IT-savy). I’ve found a company I like to work for, who’s boss is a great and the work challenging… unfortunatly I really do want to start for myself, and my business partner would really like me to work full time on game projects…so I guess I’ll have to break this to my boss sooner or later, knowing full well it’s going to be almost impossible to replace me.
And now I feel guilty and post in the off-topic forum… sorry to go all emo on you.
I think I’m going to wait untill I’m a 100% sure about the investors and the budgetting for the comming year for my own company (I need to feed myself and stuff). Before I break it to him and my loved colleagues.
If you got any advice, I’m all ears. At this point, even The Wu’s Advice would be appreciated.
Thanks, have a nice day.