Well, in a word: nothing.
The Austin game wrapped up a little while ago, after the ST decided it had gone pretty much as far as it could. He gave us a couple of weeks' warning so we could work on/out anything we felt needed some kind of resolution, and then we ended the game on a nice, calm note.
Austin is dark, now.
A few weeks ago, a new game emerged in Austin's place. It is run by the same ST (and has an additional ST to boot), and is set in Savannah, GA. The game is far more limited in scope, in that there are currently only Werewolves and Mages allowed at this time.
I decided not to join at the time, but after a few sessions, I felt the urge to write creeping on me. I started working on some characters on my own time, and talked about these ideas possibly becoming NPCs in the future of the game. The ST seemed to like the idea and asked me to send along the finished products.
I'm not finished.
My problem has been the same as with my blog--- I have a very specific idea I want to get across, and my words are totally failing in that endeavor. On my blog posts, I have been working on a specific idea for a month or more, and I still can't get it across the way I want. With the NPCs, I have a group of three, and the third one has me stuck on a specific sentence, and I can't get past it.
I'm usually able to move around an obstacle, but these writing/blogging related issues are dragging me down like so much undertow.
At the same time as the logjam in the word department, I am suddenly thinking in visual terms, deciphering colors and shapes into ideas for cards, altered art projects and other crafty type stuff.
|Inked glass is one of my favorite project types|
I've been playing around with the things that are inspiring me right now, hoping that they will carry over into the words that just aren't coming at the moment.
It hasn't happened yet, but I keep hoping. I keep looking for ways to bring words to life.