“All I wanted back then was to rest for a while, appreciate life, and experience what it feels like to be out of college. I felt so free for the first time in years. I had nothing to worry about anymore, because I was done. I did what I was told – to finish my studies before anything else. There were no more rules, and I was finally on my own.”
Creative block is the thing that haunts artist’s dreams at night. The worst part about it is that the nightmare has a tendency to become a reality.
We looked like artwork as we spilled into each other yet again.
So take all of my money at Sotheby’s because
I’ll raise my paddle and bid on you.
My friends at traditional universities are regurgitating facts for a final or desperately researching something for a paper. I can’t relate because my major revolves around self-expression, discovering a story, and saying something universal about the human condition.
Words, watercolor, and photography.
Be consistent in the delivery of your characters. Your characters are the sole essence of your film and it’s important to maintain their defining characteristics uniformly throughout the movie.
Take a second.
You have a day’s worth of new stuff in your brain.
File away what you need, empty trash files.
Get comfy. Sleep.
I think of you in colors because it’s easier to paint a picture of “us” and then translate it into words.
Communication for Millennials has become so wholly impersonal and sadly dispassionate. Everything has been reduced to acronyms, emojis, and “likes.”