Woooo 2024 art goals, dedicating to the great journey to find and improve a style of my own, to take the things that inspired me to make art to make things that will inspire others to do the same.
I feel like it takes a critical part of the creative process away, either personal creativity to overcome a problem or meaningful collaboration with another person. Both can teach you more about overcoming the problem in the future than it is to just rely on machine input to jumpstart an idea. Limitations are helpful for growth, outsourcing a limitation to a machine just feels self defeating to creative growth. Besides, it's your voice, your scene, wouldn't you want your jokes, your words to come out? Even if it's not perfectly worded or knee slapping funny, it's still you, your unique voice. But I guess it depends on how you view art. Anything AI would be able to automate are all things I want to do or get better at so it holds no interest for me.
Wow really big share with these sample scripts, that's amazing. That will make for REALLY great storyboard practice, that's fantastic thank you for the handy link to that. I'm going to try and work my way through the whole list, at least for thumbnails.