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Getting ideas - Jack Foster
Foster worked for 35 years in the creativity divisions of large advertisers, the first ten as an author, the last 25 as a creativity direct. Mr. Bennett has assisted in creating commercials for numerous corporations such as Carnation, Mazda, Sunkist, Mattel, Albertson's, Ore-Ida, Suzuki, Universal Studios, Rand McNally and Smokey Bear.
Mr. Becker is a Los Angeles Design Club Distinguished as" The Los Angeles Design Club's CS. Fifteen years later, I chose the Graham and Gilles ad team.
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I always begin my tales in the book of ideas. I' ll just begin to write down ideas that come to my mind, and if one of them seems hopeful, I'll try to work out a little story around it. To me, the baddest thing about typing is the concept. I' ll do everything to get out of it â go do the washing up, water the yard, make the bunk or go into the city for a cafe.
I feel like my head's about to blow up while I'm doing this. I' m looking out the windows and seeing guys on bicycles and angling poles protruding from the car, and here I am in my own little, homemade cages. I' ve got a marvellous outlook, but it makes no big deal â it all happens in my mind and it's sooooooo heavy.
Most of the hundred who tell me they will be writing a book give up because it's work. But after I've said all that, it's sooo good to end a tale I'm smitten with. This is a page from my book of ideas.
That is the outlines of a tale named Lennie Lighthouse (Tongue-Tied!). I hadnâ? "t worked out the surprising ending where Lennieâ?"s bright, brightly shining fangs would do something amazing. I knew that the concept of a kid whose teeths shone in the darkness was good, and you can see from the commentary below that I had chosen to begin the tale with a kid who is in a riders' camp, with his magical tooths shining in the darkness and drawing mothes that he had captured with his orbit.
I' ll never really begin to write until I find out the end. There are those who begin to write without even realizing where the tale is going. I' m not doing this, but I am changing things and getting new ideas as I go. However, normally I will spare a little of it â maybe just a jest â and use it somewhere else.