Tutorial of bubble speech

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#1

Hey🙋🏻‍♀️
So today I will show you how to add speech bubble and types of bubble speech

  1. Speechbubble :speech_balloon:


It’s really easy you just add your character name and then you add comma and name of the animation
you want (you dont have to add animation) and down below you write your sentence

      UNICORN (talk_greet) 
      Hey

2.Thought bubble


It’s the same like bubble speech but at thought bubble you add comma in your sentence, you write your character name and then you add comma and write the animation you want (you dont have to add animation) and down below you add comma and write your sentence

Example:

      UNICORN 
    (I dont know waht to think)
  1. NARRATION


You write NARRATION and down below you write your sentence

Example:

      NARRATION 
      I don’t know what to write...


For to show your name character in the NARRATION you just write NARRATION and then you add comma and write the name of your character and down below you write your sentence

Example:

       NARRATION (UNICORN)
       I don’t know what to write...

4.Bubble speech without name of the character

First you go to the characters and you will see Character settings


Where the Display Name you can write any name you want and you can write nothing

I hope it helped you🙏🏻


#2

Cool. This is very helpful.
Speechbubbles are cool lol (And totally important for an Episode story).
Just one thing, there should be a period (.) at the end of Hey (Hey.) and at the end of “I don’t know what to think” so it’ll look like “I don’t know what to think.” But other than that, this is very helpful! Thank you very much for this and thank you to the people that you help and will help.


#3

Hey, when you have the reader choose the name of their character, how do you have the name that they chose on the speech bubble itself? And I don’t mean like this:

EXAMPLE (talk_greet)
Hi [FIRSTNAME].

I mean labelled instead of YOU on the speech bubble. Idk if this makes sense :joy:


#4

Nvm, I’ve got it now


#5

Thanks :heart:️ but I dont reallly think that should be a period at the end of hey


#6

Actually there should be one, I believe.
In writing, a sentence almost always ends in a period (or other types like an exclamation mark, question mark, etc) to show that it actually ends and is not just going to continue lol. It’s a basic of English grammar. Also, your post does some grammar mistakes, but is still understandable! :sparkling_heart: