When you're just starting out, coming up with good designs is pretty simple, but when you've been doing it for a while or it's your job, you run out of easy ideas- you've picked all the low hanging fruit. What do you do then?
This applies ...
THE LAST PART!
This is it! Part Four of the “Comic Toolbox” approach to comedic story structure ...
Welcome to part two of a twenty-seven part series about outlining simple comedy plots!
Who is the Hero
What Does the Hero Want?
The Door Opens
The Hero Takes Control
So last week we went over the first two items. A particular character who wants something on a surface level ...
Who hasn’t seen this ubiquitous symbol? It’s one of the most typical motifs signifying the balance between opposing forces in the world- but also the ever alternating phases of destruction and creation, of overwhelming overturning of the status quo so the new can be created.
And that is ...
I was going to go over the structure of a comedy story, based on the fine book “The Comic Toolbox” by Jason Voorhees.
If you have the interest, I can go into the structure outlined by Jason; he lays out a few different options that you may find useful ...
QUACKUP #2 is now available on Kickstarter! Thank you everyone for making QUACKUP #1 a success with over 4 thousand copies released! We are offering more personalized edition covers! Plus ad space, alternate covers, the Quackup game app, and more!
The Jonathin Quackup series takes place in a dying ...
Aight y'all, go ahead and fasten yer proverbial seat belts, on account of we got a lot of ground to cover with this one! Actually come to think of it there ain't really too many proverbs about seat belts; more like I'm stretching out a turn of ...
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When I went to see Assassin's Creed last week, there was a scene where the main character was sitting in a nearly empty room with a small twin sized bed as its only furnishing. I turned to my sister and said, “I wish my room ...