[unbroken line] deadlines and skylarks

There’s nothing like a deadline to get things going. Already with several voiceovers to edit by the 8th, a client’s voicereel to deliver, some research work for a media company I temp for to look up and lines to learn for an opera I’m acting in, getting an email through from Oval House marketing and publicity about their deadline for marketing blurb submission, you’d think I’d be running round like a headless chicken. Maybe inside I was. But instead I retreated to my studio and took to skylarking. Twice. It had to be done. By the end of them I had sorted out a date for my photoshoot and a date to shoot my wefund promo. It’s a miracle what a deadline can do.



I thought I’d go back to basics. Just me and my chinese brush. Maybe this will appear in the Hope Riding commission later on this month when I start work on it in earnest. I have a feeling that that commission will look very different to anything I’m working on at the moment.

This is where the adventure gets exciting, folks. Are you on for the ride?


About skylarkingzooby

Actor, Artist, Professional Voiceover. Creative person who has coined his process 'Skylarking'.
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