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Writing Comics: The 3 Act Structure

And we're back! Remember this is the basics for writing, there is alot more that goes in to structure but this is a good start before reading further. Hope you enjoy it guys, and drop me a line with feedback!


#geekdiet, who is with me?


So last year I took a big plunge in my life and finally stepped on the scales, I was up at 17 stone. This was the sort of breaking point that really kicked me into going on a diet. No more talking, no more saying I'll do it and then not, I went for it. And I done well, I lost 2 and a half stone.


But now that I'm married, I started to get comfy again and it's crept back up to 15 stone and 6 pounds. Okay it's not as bad, but it's still a gain of 12 pounds. I don't want it to be all for nothing.


So now I'm back on the diet! And I will be tracking my progress through this blog. And I'm also going to extend an invitation, who's with me on the #geekdiet?


I achieved the weight loss by simply tracking calories using the app myfitnesspal which is just excellent. Based on your level of activity, height and weight it will calculate you a daily calorie limit. Now I looked after what I ate and exercised 3 times a week.


Here's the summary for the geek diet...


Writing Comics: Structure and Character

Back again...

All content originally from my magazine project on writing, enjoy!


Creating Comics: Storytelling and Narrative

Back for part 2 of the creating comics series of blogs! Exciting stuff.

Okay, I'm kinda gonna cheat.

Once I finished last weeks blog I kept on thinking of bits I left out and was racking my brain over it. This blog is a personal one, a rambling of thoughts so it doesn't really suit what I tried to accomplish last week. I need to properly sit down and map it out, which is time consuming.


So yeah the cheating, remember that magazine I'm plugging? I'm going to copy and paste articles from that! It's still all my material and I'm just stupidly leaving it in the dust. I wrote it 2 years ago, it's a bit clunky, some elements I learned later are missing but the fundamentals are there, so enjoy!


Creating Comics: Part 1 Writing

I sought out some blog ideas on Twitter and Joshua Dahl suggested writing one on the creative process! So here we are.

I've always been a bit wary when it comes to writing "how to" guides, I mean I'm not published, so how can I be trusted? But what I have done is crap loads of research and experience in the small press scene has taught me alot in the past two years.

These blogs will be brief and very basic. But I will recommend some further reading material which will be essential to really make waves as a writer. This is the launch pad, and I hope it’s useful.

The first part I will cover is scripting and writing comics. Joshua, apologies as you've clearly done the writing part judging from your twitter, but I'll start right at the beginning and go through it all.

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