I did not have the privilege of college. The only college classes I’ve taken right out of high school were Spanish and Physics, not a single art class. Since then, the world was my foggy playground. I knew what I wanted, but the path wasn't always clear.
All I believed was that creating anything—story, art, props, whatever it is that is mentally conceptualized and made into something visual, audible, or tangible—is stemmed from my passion and persistence, which is something that one can't learn from textbooks.
Through constant uncertainty, it takes a particular type of individual to be self-made—perseverance and consistency are without a doubt imperative. Despite the times, I have said I wanted to give up on my career, I never did.
Instead, I braved the fog, knowing that I would be alright as long as quitting was a permanently omitted option.