See T'Hed Forty-Four for more of this expletive... Seeking intensity, the protagonist allowed himself to get red with anger and then started laughing at his preposterous attempts... laughing so hard that his face got even more red. Time to get back behind the curtain and let the creativity develop as much as it can... I'm … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Forty-Five: On the Verge of emotions…
See T'Hed Thirty-Eight for more on this process... Somehow the story came back into range after being away for a while... Here, the protagonist has pushed aside the other experiments and grabs the viewer up close and demands attention. All attention is focused on the emotions in the face... Now we only need to see … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Nine: Hey! I’m talking to you!
See T'Hed Thirty-Seven for more on this process... There are occasional creative stumbles in the process and the only way past them are through them... I'm not sure where this one is meant to go and because I made it a while before writing about it, it's meaning feels lost to me. I see my … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Eight: Whoop-dee-do
See T'Hed Thirty-Six for more on this process... My subconscious decided on a different neck for this one (Without a doubt, which will re-appear in future explorations). Maybe I was digging deep into my mental catalogue and some childhood image came to mind. It feels like I'm expressing more of an inner child/drawing here. t's … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Seven: Boop?!?
See T'Hed Thirty-Five for more on this process... Full disclosure... my last post was written a week ago and I've lost the storyline I thought I was writing... it was more a stream of consciousness thing anyway... which leads well into the title of this piece... What happens in a stream of consciousness is often … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Six: Subtleties
See T'Hed Thirty-Four for more on this process... The various plot twists may not always be pleasant to all participants... as in many storylines, some people must depart the story for the sake of solid narrative. That being said, this protagonist could express various stages of grief at the news of their imminent demise especially … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Five: Unsettled
See T'Hed Thirty-three for more on this process... Blockbuster movies may find some of their success in the anticipation they create before people can see the show... the actors and floating crew-members are contracted into keeping the plot a secret and misinformation from fanboys to producers created emotional slight-of-hand tricks to keep us engaged. Interviews … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Four: The Joy of Plot Twists
See T'Hed Thirty-Two for more on this process... Reflections on the previous day's events has out hero's thinking in all directions and the floating yellow blocks are doing their best to follow the story, (as much as I imagine you are...) All participants remain eyes-wide-open to all plot twists and narrative turns; ready to explore … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty-Three:
See T'Hed Twenty-Nine for more on this process... Hmmm... not sure what the director is thinking here, much less the protagonist... the title has my mind reading into giggly adolescent mischief, especially with the pink sky.. Could our hero be just dodging the floating yellow blocks, or is this some subtle mating dance for the … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Thirty: Worming
See T'Hed Twenty-Eight for more on this process... Momentary confusion ensues when the directors forget where they are and the various protagonists fly into the frame in seemingly different scenes... The floating orange blocks add no clarity to the perplexity. Yet, what is creates is an interesting tableau for the editor to consider. Stay tuned … Continue reading Working out an Inspiration – T’Hed Twenty-Nine: Crossed Signals