Three part stories--help brainstorming!
Sarah LuAnn last edited by
So I'm noticing many contests are asking for sequential illustrations:
So, I started brainstorming.
What other three-part stories could you tell with just illustrations?
Any other contests looking for sequential art? (I'm all for killing multiple birds with one stone ;-)
smceccarelli last edited by
This are all great ideas! I guess one of the contests you are referring to is the SCBWI narrative art challenge. I have been thinking about that too and it is a tricky one....The three illustrations should represent "dilemma, conflict, resolution". I particularly struggle with the "conflict" part, as it should relate to the dilemma and resolution clearly. And also, the implied suggestion that it should be a mystery story makes things even more difficult. Anyhow, here some more ideas:
Katrina Fowler last edited by
Horsing around - accident - lesson learned
Litter - clean up - reward
Bullying - stands up for (self/others) - new friend/karma
These were just off the top of my head. Thanks for the contest heads up - looks like fun!
sarahelliott489 last edited by
Hi I am going to work on the SCBWI one too!! I need to do some brainstorming for it. It's a good brief.
evilrobot last edited by
Awesome. Thanks for posting!
andyjewett last edited by
I am also racking my brain for the Narrative Art Award... I love that it is meant to be sequential but the 3 characters and 3 acts in 3 panels is certainly going to be a challenge.
Love your springboards!