Writing For Children's TV
At a Glance
This foundational course starts with the basic ABCs of writing for daytime animation. From Animaniacs, to Batman, to Cars Toons—and beyond, Daytime Animation paints a landscape of unique worlds with unique rules. How is writing for daytime cartoons traditionally different than writing for live-action, primetime animation, or an animated feature? What can carton mice like Pinky and the Brain do that even Superman can’t? Why can the Animaniacs climb all over Bill Clinton, but Batman can’t get near him? Why can you create scores of new characters for some animated shows, but maybe not for one animated by Pixar? What’s the difference between a great story idea and a great story idea that will work for a specific show? —First steps into that Bat (fat cat, cartoon rat, run-off-a-cliff-tread-air-and-KERSPLAT) Cave starts here. Through online lectures, animation watching, written assignments, and optional exercises, this course supplies a cartoon-writing utility belt of understanding how to write for Daytime Animation programming.
In this online writing course you will learn:
- Date available: 02/20/2015
- Publication date: 02/20/2015
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