I took a run over the design pieces I'd assembled in the last couple of months (amazing how time flies, isn't it?) and I took down a lot of the changes I've made to conceptual designs in that time. It's a real eye-opener.
There were a couple of decisions I made very early on that I completely decided on and didn't fluctuate from at all. I followed them right down to the point. Now the funny thing is, pretty much anything I hadn't locked down, I spent a lot of time dicking around with. So I'm thinking I need to do what I've often been told is good, and set some more limits for myself. Make a few more irreversible decisions. That's what I need to focus on right now.
My progress is starting to get on my nerves. I'm definitely not doing this as efficiently as I originally planned to. I'm trying to refine my methods constantly, but it's still going way slower than I planned. In two months I've made about a focused two weeks worth of progress, at best. I suppose the only person who can do anything about that is me.
Still, I need to find out what I'm doing wrong, and I need to find out soon.