:blob_hearts: How long does it take to write 1 episode? :blob_hearts:

I don’t know if it’s just me, but it takes me about three days to a week to write 1 episode, simply because I have school. But I wanna know how long it takes you guys to write 1 episode? :blob_hearts:

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Mine was two days.

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oh my god! You guys are so fast! It takes me two whole weeks to code one episode ahahahahha

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Hee hee… I take round about a month. I get so distracted :sob: :sweat_smile:
But if I’m being serious, I’d say around a week.

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Write: under an hour.
Code: anywhere from 2 to 20 days.

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sameee :sweat_smile:

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Mines was around 2-3 days. Gotta proofread, make are the coding is perfect and etc.

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i just started writing episode stories and if i’m very serious about it it will take me one day-3 days but some days i can get very distracted and coding one episode can take me 2 weeks

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it takes me around 2 to 4 days. But It take me around 1 week to make it perfect Lol

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i want be able to finish one episode in 1 day but it’s impossible for me :weary:

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It takes me a day or a two but my coding is advanced so it takes more time to make something cool

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Yesss

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Without school, I can write out dialogue in 3 hours and maybe spend another 3-4 hours of directing time. With school, it can take a few weeks. The directing mentioned above is basic but looks good. In directing I also proofread, as I am reading the same scenes over and over again.

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Half a year :eye: :lips: :eye:

I’m not even joking XD

It takes that long for me at least

But if I’m enjoying it and don’t have to worry about school, then 6 hours

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Depends on the number of branches and choices. For a complex story, 3-4 weeks. A simple one without too much branching, 1-2 weeks.

For a complex scene with multiple characters moving around several zones, it can take me a whole week.

And then if the scene calls for a new background, well…:smirk:

Anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks. I’m slow though and have this wonderful habit of writing a whole scene and then throwing the whole thing away. :joy:

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FOREVER. WELL WHEN I HAVE WRITERS BLOCK AND A LOT OF OTHER THINGS TO DO, IT CAN TAKE LIKE A MONTH :skull: :skull: :skull:

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For me it really depends on how many lines I have. Between all of the spot directing, spotting overlays, and zooms. It really depends if I want to take a break for an episode. Depending on how long the break will be. A few days, a few weeks, or maybe even a few months. Or if I have some errors in my script that I can’t figure out to fix. That takes me a long time too.

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I’m still making my first episode :grimacing:

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