The hardest part of making film is punching out the little holes.
posted by Eric @ 1:50 PM
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I've been having trouble coming up with material myself lately. I have a lot of stuff I want to put down but can't grab any certain thing out of the air and hold it down long enough to make a coherent post. lol
well my issue is that there was a lot to say about the last film and pictures are fun. but I need to get on with the original intention of my blog which was to chronicle my time in the 80s making movies. Like so
Hmm. Well, in my book, posting anime is always a good substitute for writing.
I say do what ever you find enjoyable buddy. You could post about your film career, anime, your last film, what movie you watched last night or software applications and it'd still be all good. Heck I have completely changed my blogging style twice since I began. lol :)
every time i started a blog, i felt the need to assign a reason for it. Once i started one strictly dedicated to my sketches. Then I started one dedicated to my writings being poems and short stories and my novel. then i started one for my dieting (lets not go there.) When all was said and done, none survived except the one that i allowed myself to have freedom to just post what i felt. That is the only one left. ;) ps your muse (im guessing the character) is an oustanding piece of Art. im an anime junkie.
Thanks Google Muse and this was the best image I found. I love anime too. Must go back to being a kid watchin Speed Racer
i bought a new one last night because the box it came in was totally neato (sometimes i do that... buy stuff by the art displayed) and it turned out so not for kids. i mean really... not for kids. very eyes wide shut. oh man. holy moly. but i have to say, it was a really really good story and im dying for the next episodes to come out. google it. Speed Grapher.
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Married one kid. Used to be in the film business but left so I did not have to raise a family in LA or live there 6 months out of the year. Now I do software and occasional films. That is what my blog is about.
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