Media Arts Thesis: Getting Things Right
As I progress throughout the year, I find myself, at this point, having less and less to write about.
This isn't to say, of course, that the project is becoming boring or that I'm running out of things to do. Far from it; I've been working on the interstitial audio this past week, in addition to touching up the narrative and rewriting one of the documentary sections. All of this work, of course, has been vital, with the narrative stuff being important after receiving strong feedback from the professors earlier in the year (plus, the whole matter of this being a narrative simulation). What's more, through experimenting with the audio interstitials, I am more and more finding the right tone for my work, which cannot be done with simply twine alone.
Still, at this point, I'm just working. The drama that fuels my longer blogposts will probably pop back up again towards my due date for the project, of course. Besides, even now there are things that I worry about (coming up with a title is proving to be difficult, given the tonal balancing act that I'm trying to get at with my project).
Nevertheless, I'm not facing large scale questions about what I'm even doing with this project. I'm just worried about getting things right at this point.