Today is about making time to do things. Over the winter I’ve let things slip, rested back on habits and conveniences that aren’t ideal.
You know when you’re working on something, a long term project that’s going to take months to complete?
The weather is cold, mostly wet, grey, and I haven’t had the camera out properly in weeks. So, until the weather improves, it’s all about learning again.
When you’re writing, inventing worlds, exploring new places, you will need to map your world. Making maps means you have an idea of where things are. You can keep track of what’s going on. If, like me, your drawing skills are sadly lacking, then Photoshop, or an equivalent image manipulation program is your new best … Continue reading Making maps
I found that when I was at home, setting my own sleep patterns, unencumbered by the demands of employment and responsibility, I was able to write. I could create stories, write until the small hours past midnight. This has changed, and these are my thoughts on the Creative Mind, how it works, and why it … Continue reading Thoughts on the Creative Mind