Basics – Pay the rent.
Plan – Expand portfolio. Fold into Basics and leave to set.
Motivation – Sprinkle with expectations and nudging emails.
Compulsion – Scratch brain-itching ideas onto paper. Makes fuel.
Today I’m writing my comic scripts oldschool – with pen and paper. Sure, it’ll take longer on the whole, but I just don’t fancy sitting in front of a computer screen all day – it’s far too warm! In fact, if I’m feeling really lazy. I might just thumbnail the whole thing rather than writing descriptions – it’s faster. That way, when I come home from teaching summer school in the afternoons next week, I won’t have to think so hard when I type it all up. I love thinking, but it does use up a lot of energy.
My exciting news is that I’ve been commissioned to write a feature. It’s a micro budget horror and my treatment is done and approved. 90 pages until the first draft edit hair pulling begins 🙂