I tried to write a french Xenogears novelization years ago. I ended up giving it up because I didn't think it was so good and I lacked information and a better understanding of the entire thing to write a good novelization.
Since then, I gave up writing. I think highschool killed my passion for writing and I always feel sad about it. I want to get back to it but I feel like anything I would write would be ridiculous/fake. It's annoying.
I was drawing fanarts (Xenogears mainly, this game is like a huge creative sandbox for me, so many things to portray) but I had to focus on my art studies this year and no real time for fanarts, I'm afraid. And I have a bad case of art block right now so...
All of my fandoms are pretty dead. I mean, no offense Xenosaga, but there is not a lot of activity for it these days.
Same here. Well, I think I care enough about Xeno to keep doing fanarts and stuff even if it doesn't get a lot of attention (come to think of it, I'm not motivated enough to draw fanarts for other fandoms... save a few exception *and original art*, I think Xeno is the only thing I'm passionate enough about to draw for it). But yeah, in general, the games/movies/shows/books I care the most about don't have large fandoms anymore. When I'm on Tumblr, I see all those people getting crazy with new fandoms and it's like I watch the party from afar, still caring more about my old stuff (it's especially true for games since I kinda skipped an entire generation because of lack of money and time... interest sometimes also *what is so appealing about Animal Crossing all of a sudden? I don't understand*).