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"Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect."
As always I browse through deviantART using the ol' handy "random deviant" button. And this past week has landed me in a lot of deviants who write. Poems, prose, and short stories of the like. I admit I've never really browsed that section of dA, but it peeked my interest. I found quite a bit of inspiration and ended up having to write down random thoughts and ideas in a narrative form. Along with a lot of extra reading that I've been doing, it's becoming more and more of an interest. I forget how much I love to read until I actually read. I can thank my kindle for that!
Fall is here. And although Los Angeles' trees are brown from the heat, I like to saturate them with vibrant colors in my head so I can be a little closer to the season. I long for those shiny street with fresh drizzled rain and crunching leaves spread across the lawn...
I ended up getting a new sketchbook. Finally. It's not the usual book I get, but it seems very handy. I didn't even look or pay attention to what type of paper it held. It felt good under my fingers - not too coarse, barely any rippling canvas-type stuff, but not flimsy like printing paper. For some reason I prefer the bigger books over the pocket ones. Probably because I feel a little more free to draw whatever and still be able to see it. Haha. It's bound in a way where you can turn pages and not accidentally rip them out. It's very clean, and I really like that. Hoping to find some minutes in my days to go to town in it.
My sci-fi thriller short film, "GH05TW1R3," is going to be shown at two festivals this weekend. Friday is the International Film Festivals of Cinematic Arts, and Saturday is the Sunscreen Film Festival. Both of which have more info on the facebook event page: www.facebook.com/events/727827… www.facebook.com/events/705864… Wish me and my crew luck!
Whelp, back to editing... It's a ridiculously busy week this week...