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Post blind pool session - purposefully nonsensical cue
Hi all,

This cue was purposefully nonsensical and was added and ran from my random blind pool TRN generator.
Cue: "Donald Ducks 167th reincarnated grandchild"

Quick questions: It seems like this kind of target pulls out descriptors that I am leaning on to much and/or have made into "pet descriptors" along with s3 (analytical) drawings with dimensions that seem repetitious in my previous sessions. Is this something any of you have experienced?

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Wed May 20, 2015 4:38 pm
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Post Re: blind pool session - purposefully nonsensical cue
nathantj wrote:
Quick questions: It seems like this kind of target pulls out descriptors that I am leaning on to much and/or have made into "pet descriptors" along with s3 (analytical) drawings with dimensions that seem repetitious in my previous sessions. Is this something any of you have experienced?


Yes, very common. I suppose running a nonsensical target might be one way to identify your pet descriptors, but working targets with verifiable, real-world feedback is more productive.

People have pet AI descriptors, too, in stages 2 and 4, that they tend to ignore, which can compromise a session. Don't settle for the usual AI. Dig deep when checking yourself for an emotional/aesthetic response to the site. Then properly objectify/declare the AI and continue, unimpeded from the drama of the site.

Your structure looks OK, here.


Thu May 21, 2015 7:34 pm
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Post Re: blind pool session - purposefully nonsensical cue
Hey thanks for the AI tip!
Perhaps I will post more photo target sessions for better feedback.
When you say that my structure is OK are you are saying there are areas needing work? I would much appreciate any feedback here.
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Tue May 26, 2015 3:51 pm
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Post Re: blind pool session - purposefully nonsensical cue
It's hard to identify some student errors through the forum venue but your overall structure looks OK to me. I/we need to see how you do against a real-world target. Try one of BStuart's beginner targets and post your work. We would then have a much better shot at identifying the worst problems and attending to them.


Fri May 29, 2015 8:40 pm
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Ok, Will do!
Thanks,
Nathan


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