CuttleSquish's Summer Camp 2022 Extravaganza
I want to flesh out the art history of my world.
It's generally wise to begin at the beginning. So unless I'm struck with an idea of later art, I'll default to my world's prehistory.
I love art history, and I want to figure out my world's so I can draw it consistently (and also for a fun challenge). Writing for these prompts is to get me excited about drawing these things when the challenge is over.
GO FOR GOLD!!!
But y'know what? As long as I accomplish my creative goal, that's good enough for my needs. And good enough is perfect, after all.
This year I have easy access to study rooms and the campus library. I think the separation of space they provide will help me stay on track. I will also start right after my morning walk (around 9) so my blood's flowing and I'm at peak mental performance.
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I'll bring along plenty of fidgets, gum to chew, and ambient music/sound to occupy the worms in my brain while I work so I can focus. I might body double too, if I can find someone.
I predict that my weekends will be unsuitable for actual article writing. Instead, I'll use that time to connect prompts and plan what order to write them in if I can't get around to it.
Woahhh we're halfway there~
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My pledge page also functions as a hub! As I write, all articles will go under their respective prompt numbers here.
As I go, I plan to make notes on what's working for me and what's not so that next year can be even better than this one (and I get the feeling this one's gonna be pretty good!)
"Expanse" ~ "Leadership"
"Discovery" ~ "Monstrous"
The ways monsters and leaders are depicted play well into a culture's visual history. Discoveries can also be good subjects for in-universe art, but "expanse" is a little trickier. Maybe I can focus my writing on what places look like, or I can find some relevant way to misinterpret the word.
This is the playlist I've been using for all music that reminds me of Kyre, but there's much I want to refine about it.
Louie Zong is probably my favorite artist, and this dungeon synth album is atypical of his usual style but very immersive.
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