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Three Minutes to a Great Logline

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Three Minutes to a Great Logline

Postby Charles » Fri Nov 25, 2011 8:57 pm

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Artists do not live by drawing / graphics / animation alone. Story is an indispensable aspect of what we do, and it's good to get on top of this side of the creative neighborhood as well.

Secreenwriting U is a good sopurce for lessons in just about everything involving story.

Folow [url=
]this link[/url] to their site for video advice about developing a logline for your narrative.

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