Wednesday, January 27, 2010

V+C | How to think

Ed Boydon makes a lot of good points throughout his blog post. I specifically enjoyed the idea about writing and drawing while having a conversation with someone. It seems to be a fun, and simple idea to do to remember what was said, and how many people one person can really talk to. I'm sure it also shows evolution on certain ideas talked about and possibly questions being answered two years later. Which relates back to not always having the answer once a question is asked. One of the other good points that Boydon makes is making mistakes quickly. I'm not sure if I completely understand this point, but from what I get is that you should work fluidly without thought, and then edit yourself as soon as possible to knock the bad ideas out so you can get to work on the good ideas. With this I feel that it relates to the project we're doing now because of how quick we chose our topic/story for our project. We edited the bad ideas out as soon as possible so we wouldn't think about it anymore.

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