06-23-10, 2:47 AM
Writer's block and webcomics
I'm trying to get a story written for the webcomic I want to make. However I've never written a webcomic before, just poetry, short stories, and the beginnings of novels. This webcomic thing feels really different and I'm really not quite sure how to begin. It's frustrating, with my head bursting with ideas that don't seem to want to get on the paper. Also, it's frustrating because I can't draw any of this. I'm a writer, not an artist. I'm gonna have to find one later, which is another challenge.
Posted by GothicLust | 06-23-10, 2:47 AM | 2 comments
BlueOniDatura | 06-23-10, 4:54 AMExcept the [short description of scene] bit is usually at the top. Messed that bit up a little. Sorry.
BlueOniDatura | 06-23-10, 4:54 AMA script for a comic usually works like this:
[Short description of scene]
If that setup doesn't work for you, then I know some artist/writer teams where the writer writes as if she/he was writing a book and the artist makes it into a comic to the best of his/her ability. This usually involves a lot of co-operation though as the script is sent to the artist and back with a sketch a couple of times to make adjustments so both parts are happy with the result.
Well, I'm sure you'll work something out.
Good luck! :)