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Remember when I was so happy about getting a job? [See: I got the job. But...]
I resigned.
Why?
  • They forgot to pay my salary for June. It was only paid in September. All this time I thought the salary for July was for June. My superior only realised it at the end of August.

  • I get no benefits or perks whatsoever. The company doesn't follow public holidays either, it only follows its own holiday system--where there are only 12 public holidays in a single year.

  • I get no overtime pay. At first I thought it's because there's barely any overtime--but there's quite a lot of overtime; then I got called in on a Sunday. And on that day, the big boss/owner was angry at me for not finishing what he asked me to do on Saturday, by Sunday.


So on Sunday, August 21, I resigned. When he was angry at me, he bluffed me like, "Do you still want this job or not?" I didn't see through his bluff, and I, well, told him the truth in the end, that I had intended to resign from the beginning of the month.

I have the second-best English in the company; only the poetic owner with the gigantic vocabulary is better than I am. And the company being small, everyone has a big role to play whether they like it or not. 1-2 weeks ago I found out that the owner was low-key panicking about my resignation, which to him was out of the blue.

But it doesn't matter anymore. I have a new job in a legit company. I will have a future there.

And starting Sep 16, 2016 (My last day of work in the company I'm leaving), I can live like a normal human again.

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Hiatusing for the week. Fixing up new computer. Well, the old one is still working, but better to get myself a lifeline before data loss hits.
My life is changing.
I've resigned from the company I am(?) currently working in. I've gotten two written tests at other companies, tomorrow and Thursday.
I'm going to be OK. I'll type out something after I have my mental energy back.
I'm still alive! I'm just:
> Making artworks too personal to post
> Struggling with real-life problems I don't intend to disclose until solved
Off to my first day of actual work (I had been working outside my intended post until today)...

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Shinryuu-Uroborus
Shinryuu Uroborus
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Indonesia
I read all of my comments. Even though I don't reply to them all since a lot of the replies would be just "thank you" and it might just be kind of unwanted, I read them all and I'm really thankful that you spoke up.
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LittleSocket Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2016
It's a little late but Happy Birthday! I hope you had a very nice celebration friendo~!
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Shinryuu-Uroborus Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
;;v;; thank u
No, it wasn't late at all. I had a nice celebration, thank you very much! i so happy.
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InsaneCross Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2016
Greetings and salutations from someone who is yet a stranger (and a fellow MM fan, if that helps)!

I've been lurking around your gallery (and by extension your FF.net account) binging the content in the space of half a week, and I have to say you've got some of the most affecting stories I have ever read. I have been reluctant, however, to leave comments because I am guessing you may not appreciate being disturbed (and also because I am not sure what kind of comment would be helpful). I'd be glad to give you some extra comments if any are needed, in a way that would be most helpful to you.

Thank you, once again, for creating the stories you have created. It has been a joy to read them all.
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Shinryuu-Uroborus Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
First and foremost, I have to thank you for exploring the depths of my mind which is my galleries in both sites.

It's a deep, dark cave, and I thank you for investing effort in it.
Contrary to your expectations, I don't find comments a bother. I like communicating with people. I like to see what is good and bad to one perspective about what I do. Any comment is helpful to me as long as they are relevant and polite.

You are free to give or not give any comments to what I have done. I will not force you to either shut up or speak up if you don't want to. c:

Above all, I am thankful that you have experienced joy through my stories. It's very good to know that I have affected you in a positive way.

I welcome discussion about your content and mine. It is always a blessing to be able to trade perspectives.

If I may start the discussion, may I know which part/s of my stories you find most affecting, and why?
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InsaneCross Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2016
"You are free to give or not give any comments to what I have done. I will not force you to either shut up or speak up if you don't want to" -> This is more or less exactly what I expected to hear, reading your work. You put a very huge emphasis on "choices", the causes AND the effects and the responsibility in nearly everything I stumbled upon (The few times it isn't so clear is when you are gushing about Axl, about whom you've more or less changed my perspective; I'm one of those who have long removed X7 and 8 from headcanon), and that I found quite moving. Haunting, even - that's a very unique take on the carp and the Dragon's gate I've heard.

The other theme I've found prevalent is "the world may be imperfect, dangerous, oppressive, <insert expletive here>, but let's live it to the fullest anyway," which is surprisingly optimistic. The Megaman universe can be a terribly bleak place if you dig deep enough - which you have, and it shows. It's one of the reasons Solid may be the only OC I like of all those who exist. Also, something something about "fighters exist to protect the other people, not to look cool while others support them".

The amount of continuity you've built up is also quite the investment for a - shall I say "personal" project, as opposed to those "marketable for all to see" like most fangames that bothered to build a continuity. Large enough to be interesting, yet not too large as to become bloated.

Last but not least, dat MMZ headcanon. It makes an astonishing amount of sense, but you'll pardon me if that isn't the way I look at it (I put a lot of stock in the Zero/Ciel ship, which, among others, requires Zero to be Zero). Still, it's very very impressive and you've obviously put a lot of thoughts into it.

There are other points, of course, because it's impossible to sum up some 150K's worth of writing and about an equal investment's worth of artwork in a few sentences. Criticisms, too - such as PMGR's last 20 or so chapters losing steam - but I'll focus on the brighter spots first when I can help it.

P.S. I'm rarely irrelevant and never impolite. If all else fail, I turn to the tried-and-true way of the British gentleman: sarcasm and dry humor. Not that I expect anything to fail, mind you.
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Shinryuu-Uroborus Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Almost forgot:

It's one of the reasons Solid may be the only OC I like of all those who exist.
Ah, it might be my fault on that one. Solid is the only OC besides Luminis who is ingrained in the main story, while the others are for more world-building.
Still, I appreciate that you like her--when I first created her, I didn't expect people to actually like her this much, so I'm very happy that you do.
I don't really understand the part where you said "one of the reasons" that you like Solid. Can you explain why you like her a little more?

Also, something something about "fighters exist to protect the other people, not to look cool while others support them"
Thank you. I observed this from real life fighters--soldiers. Do they want to fight and die for their country? Even if they say yes, there might just be a little bit of them that says "no"--that bit of them which sees how much they can get out of life--love, adventure, discovery.
Do people want to get drafted to war and fight? Do people who fought look back at their days of killing people fondly? A lot of them certainly don't--otherwise, why would we need to be considerate with fireworks around war veterans?
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Shinryuu-Uroborus Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much. I'm impressed that you were able to know me that well just from reading my works. It's very nice to see someone with good analytical capabilities. I've been looking for someone like you for a long time.

"The few times it isn't so clear is when you are gushing about Axl, about whom you've more or less changed my perspective; I'm one of those who have long removed X7 and 8 from headcanon"
Ahahahaha, I see ehue. Humans and bias lel. What happened in this case? What did I (indirectly) do?

"that's a very unique take on the carp and the Dragon's gate I've heard"
Oh, does that mean you're familiar with Chinese myth and culture?

Thanks again. I like Axl because he's the influence I need in my life. I can be very negative, and when I see him, I feel that he's the kind of person I need--the yang to my yin. And because he's not exactly someone who lives in this dimension, the closest I can get to having someone I need is to become the person I need.
As for my views on the world, it's more or less the view I have to adopt, because if I want to live, I have no choice. If I see the world as a completely beautiful place, the world will betray those views. If I see the world as a dystopia, then I will betray myself for not allowing myself to see the flowers as they are. We have to accept that there are two sides of a coin, and because coin is money and money is good, you have to accept the coin, and the two sides that come with it.

The amount of continuity you've built up is also quite the investment for a - shall I say "personal" project
Thank you very much. At the end of the day, I simply want to be proud of myself and my work. I want to do what I want, but I want to be proud of myself at the end of the day, too.

About the MMZ headcanon, it's alright, and thank you for appreciating my headcanon. But seeing you with your different perspective, I want to know from you; how do you see the workings of Zero still being Zero in MMZ, and how does he get romantically involved with Ciel? I want to see how and why you think it works.

It's alright, focus on every spot you want. Yes, even the dark spots. I want to see where I could have gone wrong, or where our perspectives might not align. For me, PMGR doesn't get intense in the latter half because the way I see it, Axl has slowly accepted that Red Alert is to be eradicated for their own good. His feelings torture him at first, until he learns to live with the truth.
However, I still want to see how I can improve for the future, as I do not intend to stop making art.

P.S. I'm rarely irrelevant and never impolite. If all else fail, I turn to the tried-and-true way of the British gentleman: sarcasm and dry humor. Not that I expect anything to fail, mind you.
Wue he he, I'm glad. I'm so glad.
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Hoenn-Master Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2016
By the way, I sent you another note regarding the project we've been talking about. :)
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Shinryuu-Uroborus Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I saw it, I just haven't read the chapter. eue
Whenever you want to see whether someone's read your note or not, go to Sent Items, and if the icon's not yellow, the recipient's seen it. Unless you clicked it while it was yellow, that is.
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Hoenn-Master Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2016
Oops. Sorry about that. XD
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