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Using Fountain to write comics (and games?) →

antonyjohnston:

I’ve been fascinated by the possibilities of Fountain since it launched.

Here’s a long post where I talk about using it to write comics , complete with samples and a template. Enjoy.

Interesting. 

(via mattfractionblog)

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    The thing is, once you do that, your text isn’t one-dimensional anymore! And if you draw up a list of two-dimensional...
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    OMG format editing and teaching Word to format for screenplays and comic book scripts disappear like that!!! SHUT UP AND...