StoryForge Projects & Articles
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Is Facebook Worth Your Time?
Guest Post by Becca Edwards Recently Facebook made some drastic changes to the way their newsfeed displays content. Unlike before, when a business page could post something to be seen by all of their followers, Facebook now only shows posts...Read more →
Critical Hit Reviews – Jurassic World
While it certainly wasn’t as good as the original, Jurassic World had a lot to offer. The guys take a look at how the filmmakers managed to pull off a very satisfying legacy piece.Read more →
Comic Book Dialogue That Fits
Written by Devin Larson At its most reductive, a comic has two elements: words and pictures. They might seem to occupy separate planes of existence—pictures in physical reality, words as audible dialogue or descriptive text—yet arrange them on the page...Read more →
How to Adapt a Comic Script
Written by Devin Larson Successful collaborations tend to hinge on effective communication. For writers and editors this process covers the same territory; both parties traffic in words. Other collaborative relationships are less intuitive. Comics, for example, require words and pictures...Read more →
Sacrifice and Satisfaction: Interview with Steam Crow’s Daniel Davis
Interview by Karyn Keene Steam Crow co-founder Daniel Davis reveals the sacrifice and the satisfaction of creating art for a living. His steampunk inspired shop makes “Good Monster Goods,” such as kawaii ghost art prints and curly mustache pins. Read...Read more →
Rediscovering Poetic Storytelling (Part 3)
Guest Post by Timothy E.G. Bartel In the last post, we saw that poetry, which had ruled for thousands of years as the go-to method for telling stories, was pushed aside by the novel in the last two hundred years....Read more →