Welcome to TheWoWExp
I’m a gamer.
I’m one of those people where if I don’t like where I’m headed in a game (such as not high enough level, not the right characters, took a wrong direction), I’ll simply start the game all over again. I’ve done so numerous times. I’m also a gamer that tends to play a game to collect things. Most of the time the thing I like to collect is gold, but when it comes to Pokemon, it’s obviously not going to be about the gold. As with Digimon, I tend to want to collect a bunch of the creatures and have them at max level before I feel accomplished.
Let me clarify: I’m a writer that procrastinates on writing. But that’s okay, because I still do get writing done when the creative juices are flowing and my muse is being active, making me daydream nonstop. Not always a good thing with someone who has paranoia and anxiety problems.
Anyway, to this day I’m still writing, but probably not as much as I should. I reached around 75k words in a month during NaNoWriMo in 2013 and my muse went into hibernation. I stick to the genres of psychological horror, thriller, mystery, suspense, and paranormal. I’m currently working on multiple short stories as well as a series of five books that deal with unleashing the gods into the mortal realm. And you thought the world today is bad, am I right?
A freelance artist, that is, meaning drawing is my side job, therefore I don’t draw for free. I’m a tattoo designer (not to be confused with tattoo artist), but also draw other designs for products such as bookmarks and mousepads, as well as personal art for clients. For the most part, I draw with a Wacom tablet in Photoshop 7, but also dabble in Prismacolors and pencils.
I’ve been drawing ever since I was a young, but definitely not as long as I’ve been writing. My dad paints scenery, so I got the talent from him. Like him, I normally need a reference to be able to draw something, which has always kind of aggravated me, but oh well. I’ll normally draw creatures, either those my imagination threw up, or actual critters out in the world. I barely ever draw humanoids as they aren’t my strength.
Are awesome, but not a necessity. I get money from either my art or the newspaper factory I work at. Donations either go toward charity events, supplies for my artwork or gaming, and giveaways.