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Dragon Force.

29 Nov

It’s another “look how much more successful friends and colleagues are when they’re compared to me” blog, because I know how much we all enjoy those.

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Hear, Hear.

27 Nov

Because I’ve not got much going on today, or anything that’s worth talking about, I’m once again going to point you in the direction of some excellent BBC output, which is worth spending some time on.

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Present and Correct.

26 Nov

It has begun.

I can happily announce that I have BEGUN Christmas shopping, less than a month before Christmas Day.

I chalk that up as a total success, as far as I’m concerned.

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Practice Makes Perfect.

24 Nov

When you’re leaving a studio a mere 12 hours before you have to be back again, weekends take on a kind of weird melancholy feel.

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5 A Day.

20 Nov

So yeah.

The first ever gig I co-ran last night was an overwhelming success.

We might not have had the biggest audience in the world, but they were lovely, enthusiastic, and willing to get involved so I’m a very happy bunny.

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Life’s A Pitch.

10 Nov

I’m all researched out.

It’s been a day of working on a powerpoint (that, in all honesty is probably only going to be seen for about two minutes), and titting about with some fancy animation.

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Great Expectations

8 Nov

The only thing worse than pitching a terrible idea, is pitching an idea that your tutor thinks is great, and realising that you now have to actually do it.

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Twist and Shout.

6 Nov

Because I am a complete tool, I am currently laid up in bed, with my right foot precariously balanced on a stack of pillows, in the hope that

The circumstances that led me here are utterly ridiculous.

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The Face.

5 Nov


Artist's Impression

Artist’s Impression

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4 Nov

So…yesterday’s mysterious thing was a success for all concerned.

And no, I’m not going to mention what happened, at least not yet, for reasons that I hope will become clear in the near future.

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