a movie idea
would be called ‘13* People’, would show people stuck in a room/house/other closed place
you’d progressively figure out there are only 12 characters showed
the latest scene would be a surrealistic sequence where the 12 characters would stop everything they did and stare at the camera
*or 7 ??
26 iii 11
the smell of rain
the darkened wet colors, black pavement, yellow grass, pink tree, fluo highlights
25 iii 9
a place that was -beginning to -become home
again, new. a new end
this was shorter
summer, smoke in the nose, windows open, the highway, sounds, drone, k w oohoo century / it began with muscle cars, birds singleness -singing, freedom, the mattress
sun sun sun summer
sweet blues, beige bricks, black cars on paved street
emptiness - freedom
general memories and recollections of summer even in (of) winter
skiing and aftermath
sparse people, scarce places, labyrinth, that dream
parallel : smiles, glance tt r ft l
his voice, applause
Mare Odomo, http://www.flickr.com/photos/nipocrite/5516389038
My friend from high school, Samantha Samuels wrote an amazing drunk/tired tumblr post one night, and I reeeeally wanted it to be a comic
I have a lot of trouble getting started on projects.
Even just sitting down and opening Photoshop or whatever. But I have no problem wasting hours and hours on the internet.
So I’m breaking this up into smaller, more manageable bits. I realized that I don’t have to draw this all in one sitting. And I don’t *have* to struggle with page layouts. I can do a panel per page. (Or not.) It doesn’t matter. I can just do this whenever I feel like it.
american nasa spent months and thousands of dollars designing ballpoint pens that could write in zero gravity and extreme cold/heat conditions
russians just used a pencil