One on the way?! I didnt know that! Have you any name or known of gender? Oh and your a cat person too ;W; I dont see many cat owners. Oh Oh! I have a question. do you find working for gaming industry fun or rewqarding?
Working in the games industry is definitely fun and rewarding. Sometimes it's a job and it gets tedious, like any other, but more often then not it's great.
We've had one ultrasound where the tech *thought* he could tell the gender. He *thought* it might be a boy. But it could still go the other way. If it's a girl, we're naming her Naomi. We still can't settle on a name for the boy.
Oh think of something classy @w@ Like Oliver (Oli~) Or Charles XD But bah! Hmm,You guys should make a list of your top 5 favorite names for boys, then compare and settle XD Ya never know., But Hey, You guys already had one, i am sure this is nothing new. Oh Oh! Is Kaya excited?
Hmm... been a while. Um... I remember being all freaked out and edgy just because it was a new thing and I had no idea what all I was getting into. But everyone was super nice to me and very friendly. I was also VERY busy when I first started because I was too scared to sit and do nothing. lol.... So the second I finished something I went to higher-up artists asking for more crap to do.
I got so much filler work that never got used. lol.
I'm pretty introverted and tend to stick to my own little bubble, but the guys here were extreamly nice It's also possibly note-worthy that I was the first female production person here... ever. We have an office manager that comes in for 3 hours a day to help with human resource stuff, and she's female. But that's it.
One of the designers joked with me not to long ago about how when I first started, his office was in direct line-of-sight of my cubicle (meaning, I could see his monitor from where I was sitting) and when the other designers would send him the raunchy joke images that they send to each other DAILY, he'd get all freaked out and paranoid that I'd get offended.
You definitely can't go into this industry without a loose sense of humor, because no one holds back. It's like working in a frat house.
I've witnessed some funny-as-hell pranks pulled here.