07 Nov STOP MOTIONS IN NOVEMBER – PART ONE
I thought it was about time I did a project, something to spark a little creativity. A few years ago I did a 30 day project where I made a mini film every day in November. It was great… And it was hard. But it certainly got the creative juices flowing. I know the power of creating something every day, and the gifts it can bring you.
2020 has been a tricky year. Finding and maintaining any sort of creativity has been a challenge. But with another lockdown happening, I thought there’s no better time to jump in and focus on creativity… and doing something just for fun.
I didn’t launch my “30 days of Stop Motion” with the fanfare, or make an announcement to have some sort of accountability. I just started, creating every day. I thought stop motion would be fun, I can use my phone or set up something in my studio. Doesn’t have to be complicated… just playful.
Plus, it could be the spark I need to launch my next online course MAKE STOP MOTIONS, which I’m hoping to have ready soon.
Let’s see how the next week goes…
If you’d like more guidance to start making your own films – check out my online courses where I share everything you need to get started and inspiration to take you through the whole process and find the love of making films!