Realistically, something involving computers, and fursuit dancing on the side. If things go well, full time fursuit dancing. Get fame, get riches, get bitches, retire happy.
Fictionally, ruler of a planet, monitoring resources, creating technological advancement continuously, and locating resources and taking them for myself. I would love to rule a cosmic empire. That would be my happy place for sure.
I want to make video games. To make a game that people love and remember would be wonderful, or at least working for my favorite game companies would be nice.
Currently pursuing a computer science major and perhaps a software engineering minor for this reason. Programming isn't the most fun thing ever but learning how to do that seems like the best way to worm my way into the industry, or at the very least I'll hopefully be able to get a job working for some company helping to write code for their software. Also going to take a Japanese course or two and maybe do study abroad in Japan so I can get a handle on the language. I know of a Japanese company looking for foreign workers so I might have a shot.
A successful game developer, with this I could materialize my imagination that one could be part of it.
Although I'm self-taught and not in pursue of bachelor degree, I could be indie game developer and I have a working project in make. Programming can be hard, but when you done something usable in-game it is reward you with accomplishment feeling, on the other hand, designing is difficult as .
I love, love love love, the idea of being a concept artist for either a video game company or a film company like Dreamworks or Disney.
To me, concept art is imagination in physical form. I love looking at and making paintings and pictures, but what really grabs my imagination is the *process.* The visual realization of what these great imaginary ideas are in people's heads. It's not supposed to be pretty or perfect, but it's supposed to bring these wonderful, well, concepts, to life. And I just love that.
"What if this character looked like *this.* Or; if this monster looked like *this.* Or; *this* is how I always imagined this setting would look like."
One of my favorite things to do in my spare time is to draw my own personal versions of characters, sets, or scenes from books as I see them in my head. I never have as much fun in my art as I do when I'm doing that
Professional couch warmer. i'm working towards my master's in cushion-covering and pillow fluffing. Some day i might branch out into coffee tables but for i'd need another 4 years for that. With the economy as screwed up as it is, there's worry the sofa bubble could burst. The real money is in fluffy armchairs but i'm hoping to fill a niche market if and when that happens.