September 23, 2011After a shocking bail out last month, it looks like Disney is back in the saddle for the Lone Ranger:
Working up a few new O.K. Corral images for my art opening in Santa Fe on October 14. Here is a page of cloud studies I'm using for the October 26, 1881 stormy sky:
Working a couple ideas for stories. Read a good piece in Newsweek about "failing to finish a novel," by Nicholas Sparks. He claims the experience of writing a failed novel is painful, but it has taught him a few things: "I have to know how the characters meet. I have to know what's driving the story. I have to understand the conflict and how the story will end. If I don't know those four things, I don't start a novel anymore."
Good advice. Now to only follow it. Ha.
"A single idea, if it is right, saves us the labor of an infinity of experiences."