Too harsh cuts
Harsh transitions in shots
Simplify the line
Describe my current life situations
My facial expression looks calm
Thus cause current animation teacher
Assumes and misunderstands me
Demands and leads me
Produce harsh storyboard transitions
Even leads to harsh artworks
In different mediums
Seeking outlet to
Inspiration On: Friday, 20 May 2016
During the night animation class, the teacher explains that my storyboard transition is too harsh. Once he draws out, I begin to understand the meaning of his words. This shows that studying in a class can only help me to a certain degree. In fact, one to one has a better effect. The teacher keeps on emphasizing that some ugly drawing tells a better story. I realise he has certain biases. There are beautiful drawings tell beautiful stories. He hasn’t seen all my story. When I assess my current situation, it is a harsh time for me. No wonder my story panels show harsh transitions. Upon listening to his explanation, I begin to take note of the focal point. Wish you all have good days and thank you.
Carrot Competition Among Artists
Aggressive Unhealthy Artists’ Competition
Laborious artistic works
Inspiration Ends On: Wednesday, 25 March 2015 at 11:34am
My friend confided about her dumbfounded realization of the crazy life of visual artists. Many visual artist internship is without pay. She is feeling worse that anybody to realize such experience. To make it much worse is her realization freelance is likened to a business instead of part time job. Now, she is so upset and frustrated of her stupidity. Please pray for her. Therefore, the above poetry is birthed. Wish you all have good days and thank you.
In the visual artists’ vocabulary
Image is a language in their minds
To produce tangible visual artworks.
Visual people remember events through
Pictures, photos, mental snapshots through the eyes
Into the brain’s memory banks.
Inspiration On: Sunday, 24 March 2013 at 7:38pm
Inspiration On: Tuesday, 26 March 2013 at 1:37pm
“Visual language” came to my mind when I want to express the above haiku. Slowly, the right words flowed out as I revised it the second time.