Wednesday, October 19, 2011

10-19-11 - Woah, lookit the dust! :P

I hate being guilty for anything (as I'm sure anypony hates being guilty for anything)

When I decided to try and tackle two projects at the same time I should had seen what was coming. Lately I've been spending my whole days working on the other project.

I thought maybe I could work one project the first half a day (that being the 3DS pony project) and then the other project the second half of the day (that being Spike's Quest) but by trying to do this I've learned something a bit aweful about myself. Once I put my mind to one project I tend to focus on that project the for the entire duration of the day!

So... I need some opinions...

either I focus on one project one day and the other project on the day after (and so forth) or I focus on one project the first half of the week and the other the second half.

Which one sounds best?

(the included pic is from the 3DS Pony project, feel free to comment ;) - )


  1. Doing 1 different project a day would help you from getting burned out on one or the other.

  2. Personally I think if you where to have a bit of space between each project you get more time to build up ideas and get a broader perspective of what you've already done. It also allows for more flexible work periods.

    Just remember to comment your code properly or you risk getting lost in the code, it sucks losing a day trying to figure out what you did.

  3. As long as you don't give up on Spike's Quest, you can take all the time you need.

  4. So, I don't want to pry, but has this project been abandoned? I've never seen it go THIS long without a blog post before. I hope not; I was really looking forward to this game. :(

  5. @Gabu

    Its not abandoned, just a bit of a hiatus. :P

    I intend to start back on it this week actually

    so dont worry :)

  6. @MisterBull

    Oh, good! I look forward to seeing more, then. :)