A while back one of the former storyboard artists at Pixar, Emma Coats, (@lawnrocket on Twitter) started tweeting the “22 Pixar Storytelling Rules” And now the cast of Writing Excuses reviews them, and offers some applications.
These rules cover character development, plot structure, process, and much more. No, we weren’t able to give them all deep coverage, but this serves as a great refresher on lots of things we’ve covered in the past.
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Foundation, by Isaac Asimov, narrated by Scott Brick
Writing Prompt: “The Multi-Tentacled Space Goat cannot come and save us again.”
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