It was the first time I'd returned there since last summer, and happy memories came flooding back - but even when you revisit a place you once knew, it doesn't quite feel the same unless the people you shared that place with are there with you. Soon enough though…
The film is progressing……… lol
I'm cleaning up my shots at the moment. But it's starting to get pretty hard (that's what she said) - I'm as cool, calm and collected as ever… It's just, I did hit the proverbial wall this week for maybe 20 minutes where I paced up and down the corridor in the sudden realisation that things were looking bleak. When I say paced, it also included me jumping up and down on the spot (as I've found that moving quickly seems to detach any bad thoughts that seem to be clinging to me - I sometimes sprint from the metro back to the apartment to achieve the same effect - to bizarre looks from passers by :D)
Buuut… the following day, with nothing to distract me, I put my game-face on and busted out another shot. Bim!! 4 down, 6 to go!
And THIS is my Game-Face, as drawn by Joël Corcia during Journées Portes Ouvertes. JPO being like an Open Day for the public to come in and look around the school..... but that's a whole other story which I won't go into!
(Along with such stories as; 'Robert Valley and The Shameless Sell' & 'The Mysterious Recruiter: Who the 'BEEP' are You?!'
But speaking of Journées Portes Ouvertes, I have a gift for one lucky reader. Each year for Gobelins' open days, the 1st and 3rd Years put together an Artbook - an image from each student. The only way you can get hold of one is to come to an open day and hand over your hard earned cash (or any other kind of cash for that matter - we ain't fussy yo).
Well, I have 1 copy to give away to one of you. Anyone who leaves a comment in this post will be put into a draw, and the winner will be chosen at random (method still to be determined :D) at the end of May and announced in the next post.
The book will be sent to you along with this drawing of a camel I did on a post-it at the zoo last month n.n
So there you go. Things never stop changing hein. And then again, some things never change. Strange that.
As always, I hope everyone is well - forgive me if I haven't been in touch with those of you whom I should have!
'Till the Next,
Aussi – J’ai vu qu’en fait, il y a pas mal des gens qui visitent mon blog de France..... Du coup, je pense que je vais commencer à écrire dans les deux langues. Comme ça, tout le monde sera au courant ; ) Et ça me force à améliorer mon écriture en plus :P Mais je vous demande pardon d’avance – il y aura des erreurs!!!