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Enormously useful and interesting,
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This review is from: HOW TO WRITE FOR ANIMATION (Paperback)
How to write a good premise, Identifying and ordering the beats, Expanding to an outline, The full script and, then, getting somebody interested in it.
All superbly written with great, 'real-life' examples (I just *had* to go watch the TMNT episode to see how it turned out) including hints/tips/advice.
Admittedly, on first reading, I thought it too detailed a process for my hobbyist interest The improvement in, at least, the planning is remarkable. My written scenes are far leaner, more readable and better paced. My previous haphazard (I liked to think of it as dynamic) method caused too many omissions and clunky scenes while this method seems to highlight areas for improvement.
Would recommend to anybody who would like a proven premise-to-script method to their script-writing.
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Initial post: 15 Feb 2010 23:04:13 GMT
Mr. S. Dyer says:
Sounds like it was made for me...anything else like this you'd recommend? It sounds really nice to actually know what you're doing.
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