Comic Book Dialogue That Fits

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 and you’ll...
Strategic Breakdown: The Line Edit

Strategic Breakdown: The Line Edit

Written by Sarah Yoon Though the line edit is more detail-oriented than the developmental, it can be just as intense. The next step down from big-picture work is surprisingly steep. You’ll find yourself surrounded by individual scenes, but you can’t forget the overall...
Micro Pacing: How to Time your Dialogue

Micro Pacing: How to Time your Dialogue

Written by Sarah Yoon Writing styles each have a voice of their own. You can write musically or mechanically, creating a dreamlike haze or a gritty nightmare. Some writing is preppy and pretty, or winding and seductive. However your style manifests, much of your...