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I plan my stories out pretty throughly so I can avoid writer’s block and have an idea of where the story is going to go. While I do leave room for me to change something later (which I’ve had to do before), having everything planned out makes it easier for me.
Here’s the template I usually use for writing my storyboard:
I like planning ahead to avoid disinterest in my story, writer’s block, and not being creative enough at a given time. I write a lot down when I get inspired so I can go back and use what I’ve written when I’m experiencing writer’s block.
I wish I had the commitment for that. I really should, but I enjoy having some wiggle room. I do find that I don’t have ideas for dialogue, however, so I should start doing that.
Try it. Because you can always change it around later. I do that to. But initially I do plan every aspect. And if I think of something better later, I change it up
If you can see what I posted a couple lines up, I’m kinda the same way, I just don’t go as far as to plan dialogue. I think it’s something that I should do, thought. I’m gonna do it.
I don’t plan out each Episode, but I plan the main points. Then I just suffer trying to connect it all together.
from my experience it’s good to plan things out (at least briefly) bc otherwise when it all comes together it doesn’t seem structured or flow well
Same omg. My brain does not work like that, I have to plan out everything so that I know that everything flows
Kind of? I have an outline that I use of what should roughly happen in each episode, the issue with this is sometimes I test it out and it doesn’t flow nicely or it’s not how I envisioned it, so I stray away from it sometimes.
The vast majority of my current scenes were off the cuff decisions and honestly? My current script is 1000x better than what I had jotted down on paper.