sounds like a good idea to me; I certainly find doodling helps my imagination (plus it builds up a bunch of odd little ideas that turn out to be useful later on)
Interim Online Review 09/11/10Hey Domantas,In some respects, I'm REALLY disappointed there's so little on your blog at this stage! I suppose I feel this way, because I was looking forward to seeing more of that very expressive, painterly style - I like its expressionistic qualities and freedom of line. I also feel this way because I think you should be producing more, creating a buzz and setting an example; this might sound old-fashioned - I don't care - you're a talented student, and now I need you to be a very dedicated, very productive one too. It's not that I doubt your creativity - or your imaginative powers, I just think you should be making a much bigger impression and producing an extraordinarily comprehensive body of work. Perhaps you're just not organising yourself to update this workspace and there's lots and lots of interesting work I'm not seeing? If this is true, then your missing out on opportunities for discussion and debate. This sounds negative - what I'm really saying is 'Be AMAZING'! More specifically - there's nothing on your blog yet in which you articulate or demonstrate your 'visual concept'? There is no research into your author, his cultural position, his own influences; there's no clear research into geography, ethnicity; there's no visual research into styles, colour values - and no evidence yet of your understanding of production design. In this sense, you body of work has a great big hole in it, which I'm expecting you to fill - not simply to satisfy the brief, but more significantly, because knowing more about your story might just reveal a new visual direction.
Ok, thanks a lot I will do what I can to fix these holes. About essay writing I'm actually considering to take another example now.