December 5, 2013

Thursday, December 5, 2013

scene 2 bgEveryone keeps asking me “When will you be done with Fish Head?”.

Sometimes I think the time I’m spending on this film is a direct rebellious response to the fast, go, go, go of commercial and television work.

I deliberately don’t take money from outside producers or kickstarters so I don’t have that deadline looming over me. It’s more about the journey than the destination. It’s not my “Thief and the Cobbler” ( I can’t come near that level of animation quality) but I’m loving it, and I will probably be sad when it’s finished.

It’s hard to describe the internal feeling when something you are working on resonates with you in such a way.

But there are bills to pay. Roadside pit stops along the journey to keep the machine fueled.

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One Response to December 5, 2013

  1. Without that deadline, there’s more time to craft what you’re doing into something truly beautiful. The most important part is that you’re enjoying what you do. Take your time with “Fish Head” and make it an amazing journey.

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