fallennation:

Nyssa #2 notes all done. Can’t wait to see these come to life as comics (Taken with Instagram)

For those that are curious about script writing—- My process for scripts usually involves a treatment, then I usually skip step outlines to go right to a 1st draft by hand, scene by scene. Type it up in Final Draft, sit on it a week or two. Do other things. Read it out loud - and chances are by then you want to go back and start changing things. This script is for comic, which changes some considerations than film especially visualization and staging. But it’s not all that different. It’s a very different process than writing prose, no matter your style. But with novels that are more plot-driven, I like to write them first as scripts and then go back and “adapt” it for book. A project like Words of Traitors doesn’t call for that. 
Ooooh. It started pouring out. I’m going to watch the rain.

fallennation:

Nyssa #2 notes all done. Can’t wait to see these come to life as comics (Taken with Instagram)

For those that are curious about script writing—- My process for scripts usually involves a treatment, then I usually skip step outlines to go right to a 1st draft by hand, scene by scene. Type it up in Final Draft, sit on it a week or two. Do other things. Read it out loud - and chances are by then you want to go back and start changing things. This script is for comic, which changes some considerations than film especially visualization and staging. But it’s not all that different. 

It’s a very different process than writing prose, no matter your style. But with novels that are more plot-driven, I like to write them first as scripts and then go back and “adapt” it for book. A project like Words of Traitors doesn’t call for that. 

Ooooh. It started pouring out. I’m going to watch the rain.

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