I was wondering if the final outcome could be an assembly of experimentations which I felt visually strong. It will still follow the context/theme because the outcomes I made during the workshops I've done so far are related to my theme. Therefore, I am considering if it is fine to use my experimentations combined as a final outcome. Or does that sound too lazy? What am I going to do on week 5 or 6 when we start to produce outcome?
I was wondering if I should continue this style. I think it is repetitive, but at the same time, I think this is my own athletic that no one could copy. I feel the more i draw, the more the drawings are developing. It is not accurate or technical, but I like how the tow elements (geometric and organic/fluidity) are mixed together. However, I always stuck on one thing, which it is my bad habit. Therefore, I was thinking of stopping drawing in this style and move on to the next stage. However, I don't think I would draw in a different way because it is kind of been deeply permeated. I am even thinking to involve this drawing style in my project as well, which I think it is too much because at this stage, I haven't decided my theme yet. I think it is a bad thing to stuck on one technique. Thus, I need to explore the drawing style more by using different materials (not just only fine liner) and look at different artist or a movement to influence me. However, I still have time to discover new ways. The next thing I need to do is to draw more.
I feel the more I research, the more I got confused. I understand that every research necessarily need to be part of my outcome. However, it is hard for me to choose and select things. Also, combining small outcomes turns out not good in the end every time because I do too much, so I am a little afraid of doing a lot of research although I understand it is an important thing as an artist.
I was creating the music/sound for my film outcome and I found it very difficult. I am using GarageBand, but to be honest, this is not the best app to create sound or music. I think it need a professional app. I was actually wanted to create a professional-like sound or music, but it seems like it is difficult for me because I don't have any music skills. For example, I can't play the piano. Probably, it might be better to ask someone to create the sound track for me from next time when I went in to BA.