Sometimes I wish I had something interesting to say.
Seeing how I have never blogged before, I have no idea what things I am supposed to put up here, am I supposed to say something that will intrigue? That will fascinate? Because if that is the case, then I’m in a really bad situation, because truth be told. I’m not all that interesting.
Something I have always known though, is that inspiration can strike in the strangest of places. For me, i happened the other day when I watched both ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ and ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’ for the first time.
I was very late into the game of actually watching these, but nonetheless I was blown away by how astoundingly brilliant they were. I don’t even care that people would think me too old for films such as these, I practically fell in love with the both of them.
For me, finding inspiration is important, I like to write and create, (Though I am more of a storyteller than a blogger, as anyone who reads this will probably figure out) My main problem is I find it very difficult to stick with one particular idea, I find it incredibly easy to get sidetracked on an entirely new project, and by the time I manage to make it back to an older one, my style has changed so much, and I have come up with so many new ideas for the older projects that I have to start almost from scratch.
When I was younger I did attempt writing a story about Dragons and the like. It didn’t get very far, but I still have a lot of the notes and designs I created stored away in a file somewhere, just waiting to be opened and reused.
Something I like to do when I am writing is listen to music, the issue falls into that if I listen to music with lyrics, I wind up attempting to sing along, regardless of what it is. Instead I listen to soundtracks and orchestral pieces. The Gravity OST is a personal Favorited to listen to, but I am definity adding the HTTYD 1 and 2 soundtracks to it, as they are amazing.
I’ve gone off on many tangents in this and not really said anything. So I’ll try again when I have an actual topic or something proper to say.