Where wild minds come to rest
(Seal of a minor university in the FSK)
I believe that in order to be considered a true daydreamer, one has to be stuck in the minutia of the details of their dreams. My dreamworld is so vivid to me that I can clearly picture just walking down a street in one of my cities and know exactly what to expect.
(Queensland in all her glory)
I spend hours upon hours of thinking of every little detail needed to create a wholesome world, with life that could be real to me. Sometimes I would draw for weeks on end about the most random things in my world:
(Street lamps: A special Kennedian artisan-made, a symbol for the city)
(Battle plans: battle plans for the invasion of Gulf City by the Americans that lead to the end of the Hoffman Empire.)
(Minor religions and Saints: Saint Leah Brighton from the FSK, who wrote The Gospel of the Trees, an environmentalist treatise that galvanized a nation)
(even flags, and here one nation's flag over its entire existence: The Reformed United States of America, current flag, founding flag, expansionist flag, Northland flag, and a Asteriskian flag.)
(architecture: first church in Queensland )
and the list goes on and on forever. Do any of you daydream like this? Just random details of your world? I daydream details until it is believable? Only then I start to place characters and weave an intricate story within the confines of this established world. I can see it progress like a movie plot--it is just so vivid.
Comment below if you guys do this, and what details you focus on!