Learn How to Write, Publish & Sell a Graphic Novel Based on a Story or Screenplay
In this recorded workshop filmmakers learn how to create a graphic novel or comic book working in collaboration with a professional graphic artist. If you are currently working to produce or sell a feature film, creating a graphic novel helps you:
Find an audience for the film.
Earn more from the script you are purchasing
Create de-facto storyboards that will make the film easier to produce
Earn money from that artwork
Create something you can share with investors, co-producers, performers, and key crew that will ensure they understand your vision
Writers and screenwriters learn how to create a graphic novel or comic book working in collaboration with a professional graphic artist.
Screenwriters can earn money from unproduced screenplays and find an audience and producers for those projects.
Writers can find a new market for their stories and make their work more easily adaptable to film and television
Guest Speaker: Professional illustrator and storyboard artist Anthony Sturmas. To see samples of Anthony's work as an illustrator, visit https://www.deviantart.com/anthonysturmas/gallery/
Topics covered in this workshop:
Writing a graphic novel script based on a story or screenplay
Graphic novel script formats and requirements
Hiring a graphic novel illustrator
Using sample images as style guides to speed communication
Creating preliminary character and environment sketches
Avoiding expensive and time consuming conflicts
How to reduce production costs
Cost and time requirements for book production