Real Artists Ship List 2010
Seth Godin asks “What did you Ship in 2010?” In his excellent post he encourages you to write down everything you shipped over the last year. Not ideas or half finished projects. Only things that got out the door and actually happened. Because, that’s all that matters.
Ideas don’t matter. Starting doesn’t matter. Finishing matters.
Here is my list.
Launch HDRI Light Kit Pro
Speaking at SXSW
Launched HDRI Studio Pack
Speaking at Hyper Island in Sweden
Launched Reel Roulette in one week.
Launched CrossProcess for iPhone
Launched ShakeItPhoto 1.4 for iOS 4
Launched Vintage Film For Looks with Red Giant
Launched Simple&Simple. Good Idea. Didn’t follow though.
Hosted 12 new Five Second Projects
Played and won Layer Tennis
Launched Banana Camera Co
Recorded over 30 GSG Live Casts
Recorded over 50 Video Tutorials for Greyscalegorilla
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Well done, Nick! And I’m very glad that you have shipped all those things, because I’ve enjoyed quite a few of them – especially your GSG tuts and your HDRI Light Kit Pro for C4D. Thanks for sharing the love.
Awesome stuff man, you continue to impress. Keep up the great work, and keep whooping life’s ass.
Thanks for your teachings!, from Argentina.
Im making my first video of my band enterely in Cineme4D & After Effects. I´ll show you when it is finished. Thanks again.
Let’s hope your list for 2011 is even longer! Keep up the awesome work.
That list is definitely going to be longer by the end of 2011.
Hey Nick! This is a great idea, and I compiled my own “ship list” for 2010 on my blog too:
I think another interesting idea would by a “shit list” of ideas I started and didn’t ship. It would be interesting to look at why we don’t complete some projects and what we can do to either try and make them successful, or what we learned from those failures.
Looking forward to more posts!
And the list will only grow buddy. Be proud of yourself!
I just added your blog site to my blogroll, I pray you would give some thought to doing the same.
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