|New storywriter here.||Post Reply|
|Apr 14 2021 Anchor|
Hey, hello. It's evening from where I came from.
I'm a new storywriter who has done so many complicated magic-and-technology fantasy lore for myself and myself only, and even done some newbie artworks relating to that, but I've just recently shifted from that into doing some story about psychological apocalypse with a pinch of exploring and looting and walking around the messy places with some plot twists planned throughout. Mostly, they're inspired by popular horror mods of the last decade.
I have created unrefined scenarios for my protagonist (yet unnamed at this point, but she's chill as hell) and some lore I am yet to be satisfied about. But knowing myself, I tend to skip chapters after I was done with the first chapter then move on 2 nonexistent chapters ahead. What do I do to create some interesting chapters to fill this gap, in plot? Should I take it slow or be lazy as I explain my protagonist's actions, and environmental moments in detail?
All your opinions, tips and advices are welcome and I thank you in advance. 😊
Edited by: RayneMinterskySam
|Apr 18 2021 Anchor|
-Insert comics in between so that reader is motivated to continue reading. Combination of text and pictures has positive effect on low lever patients, so try in now. Give us some mystic pictures, at least one per page.
Edited by: Bazlik_Commander
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