No worries! The journey goes on.
Somehow currently I find it hard to upload consistently. I realized that it doesn’t only have to be blog posts, but also on instagram or youtube do I find it hard. Maybe you can give me some advise on how to be consistent? How often do you share content?

The last animation I’ve done was the character head turning. That’s not much but you know what? Instead I made a friend happy by illustrating her characters as a birthday present. Also do I really have a lot of nice projects in future and also some that I’m already working on. I just need to get back to myself, to clear my mind, heart and soul. Because currently I’m a little confused and when I’m confused I usually just take a break and try to spend as much time on my own as I can, like going for a walk and spending time in nature or just chilling, read a book or something, so that I can soon follow my intuition again. Still a happy wolf though! Do you know what I’m talking about? If you do how do you deal with these types of situations?

I finally started practicing animation and guess what – it’s funny.

Before I’ve only made a few experiments (e.g. my youtube end screens or little birthday stop motion animations) and it never really was something big. I just did it. But now I decided that I wanted to dig deeper into it, because I really want to animate more which I can’t if I lack the skills, right? So for anyone who’s interested in following me on my animation journeys, here you can. I will keep you updated and who know’s maybe one day you’ll see a whole movie. lol. xD (p.s. I’m actually about to work on a motion graphics project so stay focused)

Besides my mom and I watched the movie “Song of the Sea” by Tomm Moore a few days ago which really motivated me to learn how to animate. Not only did I love the artworks but also the whole story was really heart melting. I really enjoy deep stories like this one. Have you watched this movie, too? I really recommend this one. Is there an animated movie you can recommend me?