So, I finally, finally, [while (universe==exists) {system.out.println("finally, ") }; ] got a title for my 3D animated short movie (sorry, for the Java code snippet above, I couldn’t resist).

If you have missed my last post on that matter, the title I chose is:

A Robot’s Dream.

It was a long process for me to decide for this one but in review one with a satisfactory result because I got what I wanted. Hopefully…(you know, the skeptic in me won’t rest until I die)

You know, one thing that comes to my mind when I read this title out loud is, how obvious it is. There is no hidden poetry or something else in that matter that I got out of my sleeve. It is “simply” a title that fits. Of course, you cannot

A Robot’s Dream

More about the title search and the thoughts behind this the decision can be read in the next post.

There was something…

by Gunther Heinrich, 14 Apr 2008 in A Robot's Dream Scriptwriting

Ok. Yesterday and today was full of non-3D-short related work. In fact it as so much that I almost forgot to check my inner compass and The List to select an appropriate title.

In a way this is bad because the sooner I finally finish this task I finally can start to name everything on this blog accordingly and spread the word of mouth. Well, last but not least I finally can write “*insert title here*” instead of “3D short movie project”.

This situation is really starting to be a pain in the neck. It is a situation in which I could do something yet at the same time can’t because I decided to do it this way (title first, everything else afterwards). Yet I am also glad to go this way.

The one with the list

by Gunther Heinrich, 13 Apr 2008 in A Robot's Dream Scriptwriting

Although you might not believe me when I say/write this now, but I have constantly been thinking about a possible title for my upcoming 3D animated short movie. Besides the “awesome” amount of other work I had to do I thought about possibilities and found (n)one. Perhaps you once had a similar problem, like naming your child (dude, that one is hard) or are about “meet” this problem very soon.

When you are a genius you of course immediately find the Awesome Title or Name you were searching for (and your child won’t curse you for). If you are not, you most likely will have to rely on a list with ideas you write down as they fly through your head. If you are good, all titles you come up with

What makes a good title?

by Gunther Heinrich, 10 Apr 2008 in A Robot's Dream Scriptwriting

The weeks have passed. True. True. And I still have no title for my 3D short movie I could present you.

Well, frankly spoken, it is not that bad. In other words: I might have a title, but as in the past I still want to wait some time to be truly confident.

Some might think this is too much but I believe a title of something is its essence. A title most of the time is also something with which many people learn about a new movie or short – or any other product in that matter. But what makes a goood title?

I have thought about it during the weeks and I came up with a really short list – which nevertheless makes the task of naming extremely hard:

A title needs

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