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Do you try to create every day, even if only for a short amount of time? Share your experiences!
Almost didn’t write today, but then looked at my long list of X’s for each day that I wrote. Can’t break the chain! I read in Steal Like An Artist that Jerry Seinfeld writes a joke a day, and puts a big black “X” on his yearly calendar for each day that he successfully writes […]
Creativity War of Art, Steven Pressfield Steal Like an Artist, Austin Kleon Dramatic Writing Poetics, Aristotle The Art of Dramatic Writing, Lajos Egri No-Budget Filmmaking Rebel Without a Crew, Robert Rodriguez On Pressfield and Kleon: For me, Pressfield and Kleon are the “Ari and Egri” of Creativity. (Aristotle and Egri are considered by many, including […]
1,000 true Fans I’ve recently been doing some studying on fans. Here’s what it boils down to: for you to make a living as an artist, you really only need 1,000 true fans. What is a true fan, you ask? Someone who, every time you come out with a new work of art, purchases it. […]
You must watch the 1959 French film Hiroshima Mon Amour before you die. That is a direct order. A masterpiece by Alain Resnais, who also directed Night and Fog (1955), Hiroshima Mon Amour helped kick off the French New Wave, and was also famous for being the first film to explore the use of mini-flashbacks, […]