So summer's just around the corner, school's over, I got a C- in a class I was sure I'd fail, and now.. NOW, it's time to get to work.
Sadly, as cool as the POWER OF FRIENDSHIP SUMMER COLLAB EXTRAVAGANZA will be, I don't think I'll be participating. I've got other things I've wanted to work on for forever, and have been waiting for summer for a chance to get started on Twelve Eyes.
My main hangup is still on the story. I can't decide on how the beginning should be without it seeming silly and arbitrary, I kind of want it to make sense, perfectly. I'm so used to improvising with a simple main idea in my head, or storyboarding with little to no dialogue, that when it comes down to making up a story with an actual plot and many characters and heaps of dialogue while trying to make it as NOT STUPID as possible, I have trouble being satisfied with the outcome.
At any rate, I'm re-writing the script now, hopefully I'll come to terms and be able to say it's good enough reaaal soon.
I'm just too damn picky about the script when its a story I've been planning for a long time and actually care about. Does anyone else have this problem, or is it just me?