One lesson I learned today regarding film making: When you have inspiration or an idea for a scene, write everything down imediately!! This morning after cheng beng, I decided to get my ass out to record those 'scenes' I had in mind weeks ago. Turns out that after I recorded those, I have no idea what am I suppose to do with them. Its like "owh yes! finish this that scene all... so what were they for again?"
Owh well, I think this time I'm gonna end up making the random-est video evar! I seriously have no idea what I want to do with all these recorded clips. In addition, I realised that I don't have a proper video editor to use in my campus computer lab! As random ideas begin to overlap this original one, the video is beginning to mess up in my brains. I guess It'll still be a good practice as long as I produce something right? @_@
Special thanks to Weng Chiew, my neighbour who helped me a bit at the beginning before he gets a tummy ache. Really one of the most random thing I've done since months ago. Felt so adventurous just cycling around the garden with my tools and gears strapped around me =P Maybe I should travel further and go on a real adventure someday~ of course I'm not sure whether or not I like the idea for now until i actually try it.
Coz I have to 'deploy' and pack up my tools every moment I decide that I'm done with that spot. Then come back a while later after realising that I missed out some scenes at the same spot.
While searching for old toys to film, I actually stumbled upon my old diary. It lasted about half a year since beginning of form 4. OMG-NESS THE WAY I EXPRESS THINGS WHEN I WAS YOUNGERRRRRR .______. So childish in a sense that me myself didn't know who I was back then. I wonder if I were to start writing a diary again now, would it be any different from back then? But nahh, probably not going to anyway. I'd be embarrassed to death if it were to be exposed! =X