I’m now losing interest in doing any more CG work. The reason to this, is that I just can never make anything I would have wanted to. I know it needs time, but I see no reason to continue in working in the software if this keeps up with me.
I can’t make models, nor the intended things necessary for my ideas I would have wanted out to the public on YouTube. So, I’m just going to quit doing work for myself, and I’ll not ask for volunteer help anymore. I know that concept art is needed for people to help me, but I can’t draw either.
But, that doesn’t mean I can still be on this website and see how others improve with their own work. I’m not going to do my own work, though. Just seeing others do theirs, I guess, is easiest than making something that can’t become a reality from my endless ideas.
I’ll just do what I can easily do: Writing out stories for publication. That sounds easier than making them to animation myself. I’ll just be writing novels and, if by luck, for a film studio to pick up in the future after my novels becomes bestsellers in the book market once they sell enough copies.
Besides this, I’ll be making my life simpler than doing it harder for me to get my ideas out. Writing novels is the easiest thing for me to get those ideas out on paper, but for animation and film? Nope. I’m not that kind of guy anymore; I’m just going easy for the sake of my health. I don’t need to have two hobbies, and only focus on the other per month. I’ll focus on my writing hobby instead of animating.
I hope you all understand my reasons for quitting Blender. I won’t be coming back to it in the future, as it takes many years to make animation alone. So, I’m just watching you all make your stuff rather than making my own in 3D. I know that I’ve only used it for four months, but that’s as much as I can make it now that I realized my thing of doing what I love the most.
With that, I bid you all a heartily farewell. Enjoy your own future, my friends.