What makes story more professional?

What in your opinion makes story look more professional, like in directing, what do you suggest to use, and what not to do?

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Maybe advanced zooms and overlay stuff. If you go over your episode a few times and make sure there are no mistakes, then it makes it look a lot more clean. I’m not sure what else, but I hope this helps :slightly_smiling_face:


Grammar and orthography + Coding (zooms, overlay, effects, etc)
Pay attention to details. There’s a lot of things to do but when you re-read your story before publishing it and you’re satisfied with your work, it’s worth it.

  • No spelling mistakes
  • Complex grammar
  • New words

And yeah…

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Here are some points;

  • Get creative with your clothing
  • Use good grammar.
  • Avoid using screen left, right, and center. Use spotting.
  • Zooming. Zoom on characters when they’re talking or use zooming to add effect/drama to a scene
  • Use overlays
  • Shift and scale your overlay’s
  • Custom backgrounds
  • Looping backgrounds
  • Detailed Narration
  • Custom Splashes (“This story uses sound” and instead of using the warning labels that Episode uses; use your own)

For example, here are a few from my story where I implemented my characters:

That’s all I can come up with :3


Personally, I’m turned off by a story that just seems like a joke. For example, stories that have bad grammar and spelling.


For me it’ll prob be:
1. Great grammar.
2. Great zooming.
3. Nice speechbubble placement.
4. A good plot that won’t get disorganized or that the author can easily plan ahead.
5. Great character development.

  • Dasha