As the title suggests, I’m ending my DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters project. I haven’t enjoyed doing it and have been disappointed with my writings related to it. So I decided to take a lesson from my fellow blogger friend, Rachel Wagner, and just end my project here rather than drudge through it til the end!
I shall be deleting all the posts I wrote for it as well, but I wanna thank all of you who took the time to read them! Don’t worry, future projects are on the way!
8 thoughts on “Ending my DreamWorks Animation-Forgotten/Minor Characters Project!”
No point in continuing something that doesn’t give you joy and/or satisfaction. Hopefully this gives you more time to work on something that makes you happy. 🙂
Those were my thoughts too. Thanks!
I agree, no point in going on with something you aren’t satisfied with. I don’t see a reason why to delete the posts, but that’s just me. Best of luck in your future writings!
I’m not sure I see the point in deleting previous posts, but if that’s your decision, I won’t try to sway you otherwise…
Thanks! I just felt I wanted to do it.
I am a bit sad to hear that. I was actually a bit of a fan of your Forgotten/Minor Characters Project. I thought it was original, insightful and informative. What I liked about it is that amazing and well-presented minor characters could be given their own spotlight even if animations did not do it.
Well I appreciate your appreciation. Thank you! I do enjoy that project, but somehow I couldn’t get it to work with the DreamWorks Animation series. Maybe it’s because I just don’t like many of those films. Feel free to check out my previous entries to this project with the Disney Canon and Pixar films!