Imagination to reality

The thing that excites me most about animated filmmaking is that you can take something... ANYTHING you can imagine and run it through this fun pre-production/production/post-production process and make it a reality... any WORLD... any CHARACTER... any SCENARIO...any MOOD... and make it REAL... At first all you need is an idea, a computer to write a script, access to a printer to print it out then pencils, and paper

That's where I'm working right now and for the next 2 weeks doing the storyboards for my next film... NO ONE has even seen my last film... NOW I want as many people as possible to see my films and I want to be able to make a good living off of them as well BUT this idea to reality thing is the real GOLD... To create films and to create MORE

I just have to hope and believe that in the future people will see these films... and hopefully enjoy them and share them with others... Because I know my job is to create and to just keep doing that for as long as I can whilst always striving to get better.... to make better films... FASTER

Starting in 2012 I plan to make an animated feature film every year whilst increasing the quality of each production.... and while lowering the budgets ^_^ If I can send an animated feature into the market every year I have a pretty good chance at success I be thinkIN... Can I do it? I don't know... but that won't stop me from trying ^_^ OH THE POWER OF IMAGINATION!

And btw....HEART STRING MARIONETTE WILL be completed before the end of next month... just thought I should let you know ^_^




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  1. Whoa, next month? Cool. I can't wait to see it.

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  2. HSM completed next month FINALLY, head explodes

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  3. i worry about the promotional side of this and if you are not planning on organizing a significant web presence I would like to help ...
    I'm sure you could get a number of people to join and help out .. pool ideas ...

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  4. meh, I'll believe it when I see it.
    He's been saying that every month for a year.

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