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!