As I said, I signed what amounts to a confidentiality agreement regarding the material I was working on last week, so I can't get specific. This I can say:
I was working to develop and hone ideas created by someone else - taking some general notes and making them specific, so that potential buyers can see a sample of how the idea could actually work. Any real payment or further participation is pending support from buyers. Spec work, basically.
So, Karol asks (see her comment on my previous post) specifics aside, how did it feel?
I love collaborative work. I have a knack for it, maybe because good ideas get me charged up, no matter whose good ideas they are.
I love trying to find the heart of something so I can help to improve it. I love taking something that's roughly hewn, finding the good in it, and smoothing away the extraneous.
It's an amazing rush.
I love my own projects (I'll be going back to the screenplay now that I've got my material in to the creators), and working alone has unique joys that collaboration doesn't fill.
But wow, did it feel good to jam on something again. I'd forgotten how much I liked it. I'd forgotten how good I was at it.
I'd forgotten how much I missed it.
Of course, I may find out tomorrow that the original creators hated every single idea I came up with, threw out my contributions and now spit when they hear my name. It was still fun.
I'll keep you posted.