fourteenth episode: Taking the line Ch 13
Even when you have an outline, things can diverge from it, don't fear that
The thirteenth Episode
have I finally cracked the outline nut? time till well, but I do have an outline! how did I come about it? what adventure did I have to go on? listen and find out.
The Twelveth Episode: Fighting the Outline
Sometimes, stepping outside your comfort Zone is as simple as trying a different way of doing what've always done. and so, the outline for Lost Soul was born... well, fragments of it.
The Eleventh Episode
One of the issue early story creators encounter is this concept that theren't that many ideas out there for them to use, so I address that and give ways they can generage more with "The Pitch" and "The Logline"
You can find examples of Loglines here
The Tenth Episode
The subject didn't come from I write, for from my Co-Script as he commented on what I wrote.
Assistance is a good thing, writers need it, and something we need it as early in the process as possible
The ninth Episode
Thinking I didn't know what to talk about, I find that not knowing how to make something happen is a good subject to address here
once in a while we have days where writing just doesn't happen, so what to do about them?
the seventh Episode
there is a problem with Taking the Line. A BIG problem, and I go over my options.
Back to Brian and realizing that this might not end up being as instructive as I was hoping. I guess we'll see as the story continues
you can see the outline here:
The fifth Episode.
Arnold is introduced, along with him I talk about what this chapter needs to do when it comes to the story. family interactions. dynamics between the brothers. and the initial conflict Arnold must resolve