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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:31 pm 
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Do you follow the story or do you process differently ?

Thank you.

Great job btw.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:35 am 
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putgift wrote:
Do you follow the story or do you process differently ?

Thank you.

Great job btw.

Thank you. My process often varies. I always have the basic story in my head, but I don't always draw from start to finish. Much like making a movie, I do scene by scene, and not always in order. Occasionally a scene turns out to be much better and inspiring than I originally thought, it sometimes changes the entire plot.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2015 8:51 pm 
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Erenisch wrote:
Occasionally a scene turns out to be much better and inspiring than I originally thought, it sometimes changes the entire plot.

Any examples?

I remember you saying something like that about the bus scene in For sale.


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MrGoodPecker wrote:
Erenisch wrote:
Occasionally a scene turns out to be much better and inspiring than I originally thought, it sometimes changes the entire plot.

Any examples?

I remember you saying something like that about the bus scene in For sale.


The question is seconded as I am also curious about this 'behind the scenes' peek.

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MrGoodPecker wrote:
Erenisch wrote:
Occasionally a scene turns out to be much better and inspiring than I originally thought, it sometimes changes the entire plot.

Any examples?

I remember you saying something like that about the bus scene in For sale.

You are right about the bus scene. It was supposed to be a single page thing. Couple other examples I can think of right now, the bet scene in BG7 and the test-drive scene in Repurposed.


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Erenisch wrote:
MrGoodPecker wrote:
Erenisch wrote:
Occasionally a scene turns out to be much better and inspiring than I originally thought, it sometimes changes the entire plot.

Any examples?

I remember you saying something like that about the bus scene in For sale.

You are right about the bus scene. It was supposed to be a single page thing. Couple other examples I can think of right now, the bet scene in BG7 and the test-drive scene in Repurposed.

All these are my favorite scenes.


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Actually, I write the end of any story first so I know where I'm going and don't accidentally derail myself with some subplot that caught my attention. Keeps me from having to do a lot of tap-dancing to make sense of it all later on.


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