You might have noticed but In Extremis content is paused for now. I’m not sure when I’ll start again and what it will look like when I come back.
I’m explaining more below:
I’ve got another project right now
I have been working on In Extremis for some time, and if you’ve been here for any of it you’ve seen a number of changes to how I present the content, and in some aspects the kind of content I make for it.
I’m still invested in the world, but taking the time to step away, and also working on another more personal project has made me realize that I was putting up some barriers to the act of creation, the part of it all I enjoy the most.
I dressed up a lot of what I made for In Extremis, and I had fun and found enjoyment in creating these—the Forecasts, WrapUps, the characters of the Ajikah—interactions from which I present my work, but I’ve realized now that it was actively taking away from my ability, time, and enjoyment of actually doing the creative work.
Personally, I’m working on a lot of music, and art to go with it (pictured on this page). I do enjoy working on both art and music for In Extremis, but this has been freeing in a way I haven’t experienced in some time. I want to fully complete one of these projects (there’s a few) before I return to In Extremis.
That said, I’m not sure what it’s going to look like when I come back. I’m not sure how the Ajikah would continue to function in a more simplified and content-driven approach. At the heart of all of this for me is the content itself: the lore, the stories, the art, and the music. I still have ideas for content and its delivery that I am interested in exploring, but the time I had been spending in its presentation over the last year or so has worn me out.
See you (soon?)
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