Rainy season is finally over. Winds have changed directions- cold air from China blowing southbound. Not a cloud in sight. The air has cooled down a bit, but not cool enough to give my a/c a break. This is a time when unobstructed sunlight from a setting sun reflects a yellow-orange aura off the Bangkok skyline. I wish I could go out and take photos of the city but I'm afraid with what's going on around the world right now.
Termites have infested my home again! I tried using vinegar directly which worked, but not really efficient as I would need to buy bottles of vinegar in bulk. There's a lot of Eco-friendly termite control services around but I have no clue who to choose yet as there are so many of them around.
I'm barely in contact with my former high school & university classmates. I just can't get the nerve to pick up the phone to call them; I don't want to disturb them. Call me a loner; I am one.
As for my Source Filmmaker work yes, I know I haven't been uploading anything for a while. I've been held back by my desire to create my own props over using the stock props. After proving to myself that I can make my own models in Sketchup and Blender and export the model to SFM; I figured I could make my work stand out by using less and less of the props provided in SFM and to start creating my own from scratch. But as I'm still a novice at modeling in Blender, progress is very slow; I'm currently trying to make a model of a simple Greek column which I have been putting off for nearly a month. But I am taking my time to learn the ropes of modeling 3D in Blender and perhaps create artwork from scratch in Blender & cycles.
I don't have more to say for now, but I really do miss the joy of photography. My sudden drop in the motivation to take new photos is also taking a toll and I never felt safe lugging a DSLR around a dense city. The Auto show is coming soon so I will probably give photography another try. For now, I just want to soak in adulthood and figure what sacrifices I need to make to succeed in this world when you don't exactly fit in.
P.S. My journal writing skills is a bit lackluster: I don't do this every day and I'm trying my best to write more often even when nothing much is going on.