Saturday, May 19, 2012

IDIOT ENGINE ep 53 Pacing Yourself/ Artists and the Worlds that they create!

Join me and self-publisher Javier Hernandez as we talk about Pacing in Storytelling!  And there's a super extra special bonus topic (translation:we start talking about something else :) ) Storytellers and the world's that they create!  Take a listen! 


Eddy said...

Dear Ted and Javier,
Thanks for a great episode. I really enjoyed your talk about pacing a story. Many comic "how to" books often advise locking everything down with a script before moving to thumbnail stage. This method can be very restrictive particularly for artists who think things out as they draw. An extreme example of this is Arzach by Jean 'Moebius' Giraud. I believe he made it up as he went along with each panel inspiring the next one.

An evening with “Moebius”


thefusionman said...

Thanks Eddy! Glad you dug the Ep. It's really cool that comics can be made in so many ways, and the way they're made affects the final result, it can all be a great experiment in experience!