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Favorite visual artistBanksy and Tirrel (a.k.a. Cerberus)Favorite moviesTop 5 - Ghost in The Shell; Avalon; The Matrix; Star Wars; The Dark Knight Returns;Favorite TV showsTop 5 - Swat Kats; Stargate Universe; Ghost in the Shell - Stand Alone Complex; Vikings; Avatar: The Last Airbender + Korra;Favorite bands / musical artistsAnyone who plays cinematic music. Most notably: Linkin Park; Joel Nielsen; Ramona Falls; Celldweller; Emancipator; Hollywood Undead;Favorite booksTop 5 - The Never-ending Story; The Chronicles of Narnia; Gamemastering; The Kick-Ass Writer; GURPS: Basic Set - Characters and Campaigns; Favorite writersH. G. Wells; Timothy Zahn; Douglas Adams; J. K. Rowling; Michael EndeFavorite gamesTop 5 - Jedi Knight: Jedi Outcast/Academy; MYST; Mass Effect; Metal Gear Solid; Skyrim;Favorite gaming platformPlaystation & PCTools of the TradeMechanical Pencil (various sizes), eraser, plain paper, Cintiq 13HD tablet, Photoshop CC (2014)Other InterestsMusic-making, Role-playing Games (tabletop), Storytelling/Worldbuilding and Conspiracy Theories!
So recently I have watched a great video by one of my favourite artists out there, Jake Parker. He talked about the importance for an artist to have their own personal Manifesto and be faithful to it. In short, an artist's manifesto is a list of personal goals and attitudes that you strive for and use as a moral compass whenever you feel like you're lost and don't know where exactly you should go next.
I really liked the idea and thought it would be nice to have one of my own. I believe this will bring more consistency into my work and also serve as a constant reminder of why I do what I do and how I want to go about doing it. So below you will find my own personal manifesto. What does your manifesto look like?
By the way, if you want to watch Jake's video, go here: [link]