Ghost Rider by Chris Samnee
X-Wing by Ralph McQuarrie
As a writer how do you decide when to trash something? My professors are trying to instill that it's important for me (and my classmates) to get into the habit of finishing everything we work on. I don't know if I necessarily agree with this because I feel like what I'm writing currently is shit and I'm having trouble salvaging it, but I'm stuck writing it as a class assignment.
It is important to finish what you started because in life it’s just important to finish what you start. it’s important to learn what that feels like. it’s important to be the kind of person that does finish what they start.
there are millions of people who do not do this and never accomplish anything.
and sometimes you only really know what’s wrong with what you’re writing until you get to the end. only then can you look back and figure out where you went wrong.
or you may get to the end and figure out what you did right and adjust accordingly.
so while you may not like what you’re doing right now you might not even know why you don’t like it until it is finished.