Oct 29, 2012


So, I like stumbled onto Emma Coat's Story Shots blog at the beginning of the summer and referencing it in the last post, I was prompted to scroll a bit. In a post she put up called "Writing as a Drawing Tool" I came across this little snippet of awesome...
 A general guideline I use for writing out an outline is that each of the following gets a paragraph:
  • the concept of the story
  • who the main character is
  • what is her place in the world
  • what goes wrong (inciting incident)
  • how does she try to fix it (act 1 break)
  • brief description of complications (act 2)
  • what really goes wrong (midpoint)
  • low point
  • resolution (act 3)

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