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There's not enough action around here so let's make a big fuss and get some gears turning.
Amongst the last half-year of jobhunting, this one stuck out like a diamond in the rough. Take it what you will but in the middle of April, I had a job interview with, of all companies SEGA
for an in-house role in licensing down in London. Long story short, I didn't get the job and you could imagine how ticked off I would have been from hearing the word back. Nope, I felt happy and privelaged to have gotten SEGA's attention with my workload - still happy with how far I've come, actually - and I have a feeling it won't be my last brush with success for a while yet.
I have since applied for the local police force at the request of some family members and now in the next stage of the recruitment process with a test coming up this Friday. Sounds good!
With all seriousness (and nobody
likes me being serious. Paints a bad reflection on my talent, you know), all I'm worried is how complacent I'm becoming with balacing all of this with my ongoing search for work. I'm still a freelancer, working exclusively with another London company, where my only independant income is coming from besides using eBay in a blue moon. Artworking no longer becomes a priority and I really wanted to stick out as long as possible until I have success in finding work. Now I realise that I should do a better job at scheduling my time for this and not let my time twiddle away with all this nasty complacency. I'm far from churning the amount of workload like I did in 2006 but I aim to top this off at some point this year.
Or at least that's what my heart are telling me. Got nothing more to add. Do Note me if you fancy a commission! ;D