o Dark horse script format guide
- Panel (reference: understanding comics)
Which moments should be depicted?
o The man picks up a key.
How big should the panel be?
o In the example, the space and
A Midsummer Night's Dream (shojo-manga)
Page 1 (3 panels)
Medium, low angle shot of leaves on the trees. We can see the rays of sunshine going through the gaps
between the leaves.
CAP 1 (upper right):
I love summer because I can see the
Book Title, Issue # Writers Name (should appear at the top of each page)
page number here: 1
REMINDER! ASSIGNMENT ONE HAS NO DIALOG. PANEL DESCRIPTIONS ONLY FOR ASSIGNMENT ONE
TITLE: SCRIPT FORMAT AND SPECIFICATIONS. Please create your scripts as follows.
Sample script for a Wordless Comic
(this sample shows one manuscript page -this page- describing two comic book pages -pages 58 & 59 of Its A Good Life If You
Dont Weaken by Seth on the next page. Remember, your first assignment is 4-5 manuscript, or scri
Scoring guide for Creative Writing 208: Assignment #2
o Storytelling is compelling and clear
o The work is not simply an anecdote and reflects on
itself in interesting ways
o Characters and dialogue seem genuine and
o Story feels c
Full shot of a sea lion standing at the edge of the stage and it is right in the middle of
the panel. The sea lion is facing us. It has a bored look on its face with its eyes halfopened and mouth close. Behind it we can see the trainers legs but
CRWR 208 001
Oct 6th, 2015
PAGE ONE (6 panels)
Long, horizontal panel, across the top tier. A wide establishing shot of the exterior of a museum.
The exterior of the museum is a little bit dirty. There is a little boy, named Tom who is around 12
How to be an adventurer
TITLE: How to be an adventurer.
PAGE ONE (six panels)
Full shot of one kid named JACK playing sand. He is around 6 years old. He is building
something with the sand and talking to himself.
Hi, folks! I am the capta
Scoring Guide for Creative Writing 208: Assignment #1
Assignment #1: Write a 3-5 page comic script that tells a clear story entirely through images.
Under this constraint no use of dialogue, captions, or any other text elements within the comic
February 4th, 2014
CRWR 208 - Techniques for Visual Storytelling
History of comics, what comics are, how we define comics, terminology, framing,
story and what makes up a story went over in all classes already.
Problems we encounter when we try to tell a
February 13th, 2014
CRWR 208 - Part 2
R. Fiore: 9/11 Stories
- Interesting tone, snarky sarcastic tone
- Right after attacks of 9/11 use of comics to comment on tragedy comics are
completely illiquid (deal with tragedy over comics nono)
- Opinion change t