Shuntley
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Week 19 of 156

Shuntley commits to:
Writing at least 2hrs/day until February 23rd 2020. I will text my refs at 10:00am central time with picture evidence each day.

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jhomer
jhomer
June 26, 2017, 11:05 PM
Time to submit report?
Shuntley
Shuntley
June 15, 2017, 3:24 PM
Okay, so I typed out a really detailed list of everything I wrote this week and I accidentally deleted it and so I don't feel like rewriting it because I'm on a deadline for two clients. But I did it. All 14 hours.
Shuntley
Shuntley
June 9, 2017, 2:12 AM
Yes, I have continued to write over the last few days or at the very least consume some sort of film related media.
Shuntley
Shuntley
June 1, 2017, 9:30 PM
As a more efficient way to do these stickk.com commitments I am from now on just going to write my reports here instead of texting them to you.

5.26.17.-- I watched Inglorious Basterd's without sound and took notes on framing and shot sequencing.

5.27.17.-- I watched Man on a Ledge assuming it was a Joseph Gordon Levitt movie only to realize halfway through that it was a whole different movie, and a mediocre one at that. However it had fun with itself and so that's not nothing.

5.28.17 I tried to write for two hours but only managed to pull through and get one tiny tiny tiny short story pumped out. Still, it was a victory for a bad day.

5.29.17 I watched Seven with Rebecca after reading its screenplay earlier in the morning. I mostly watched to see what was and wasn't cut.

5.30.17 I journaled and wrote up a loose treatment of script #2. I still have a long, long, long way to go on script #2 but it's slowly taking shape.

5.31. 17. I didn't do anything. I sat in front of my notebook for two hours and waited for something to happen. I did manage to journal however.

6.1.17. I wrote out 4 pages of what I refer to in my head as a "word draft" which is a written version of my normally storyboarded scenes. I also journaled.
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June 15 to June 22
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June 8 to June 15
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jhomer
jhomer
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Shuntley
Shuntley
- Committed user success report
Okay, so I typed out a really detailed list of everything I wrote this week and I accidentally deleted it and so I don't feel like rewriting it because I'm on a deadline for two clients. But I did it. All 14 hours.
June 1 to June 8
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jhomer
jhomer
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Shuntley
Shuntley
- Committed user success report
Yes, I have continued to write over the last few days or at the very least consume some sort of film related media.
May 25 to June 1
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jhomer
jhomer
- Referee approval report
Shuntley
Shuntley
- Committed user success report
As a more efficient way to do these stickk.com commitments I am from now on just going to write my reports here instead of texting them to you. 5.26.17.-- I watched Inglorious Basterd's without sound and took notes on framing and shot sequencing. 5.27.17.-- I watched Man on a Ledge assuming it was a Joseph Gordon Levitt movie only to realize halfway through that it was a whole different movie, and a mediocre one at that. However it had fun with itself and so that's not nothing. 5.28.17 I tried to write for two hours but only managed to pull through and get one tiny tiny tiny short story pumped out. Still, it was a victory for a bad day. 5.29.17 I watched Seven with Rebecca after reading its screenplay earlier in the morning. I mostly watched to see what was and wasn't cut. 5.30.17 I journaled and wrote up a loose treatment of script #2. I still have a long, long, long way to go on script #2 but it's slowly taking shape. 5.31. 17. I didn't do anything. I sat in front of my notebook for two hours and waited for something to happen. I did manage to journal however. 6.1.17. I wrote out 4 pages of what I refer to in my head as a "word draft" which is a written version of my normally storyboarded scenes. I also journaled.
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