This week I talk about appreciating the people who help support you.
Tag: Ben Burnes
Being consistent with your workflow and your output is incredibly (and deceptively) important!
In this video I talk about best practices on how to go about giving feedback.
…understanding how all the elements inside of it (project) interact can really help streamline your workflow…
…it’s an incredibly sneaky trap to get stuck in and can be devastating to productivity.
I spent some time this weekend recording a video of the “How to Make Things Quickly” blog post.
“Overall it was a great experience! I was forced to stretch my vocal chords on many occasions to do multiple voices, which was fun and an interesting challenge. The entire process was frustrating at times, but only because I was learning the best process as I go.”
It has been said before, but the best part of working for yourself is that you can set your own schedule and the worst part of working for yourself is that you can set your own schedule. It is hard to regulate your workflow to constantly be creating things. Especially when multiple projects are competing for
Ben Burnes has performed an excellent interpretation of my super-short “I’d Gone Too Far.” He brings the story to life, layering in an audio mood with his reading. Shh-and listen. Turn down the lights, turn up the volume, and change your underpants!
Inspiration is the Byproduct of Failure Being a creative person involves failing a lot. Learning how to overcome the frustration that accompanies that failure is a large part of progressing as an artist and advancing your craft.