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Tutorial 1: Free Your Imagination And Picture Your Story To Tell A Tale

Using your own imagination, you have the power of inventiveness to create your own stories.

Tutorial 2: Starting Your Story

Let’s use what we learnt in Tutorial 1 : first free your imagination, then picture your story, and start telling a tale

Tutorial 3: Finding Fresh Ideas

Starting your story with pictures can sometimes be easier than writing. There is no right or wrong way to start. It doesn’t matter whether you start with illustrations or words first, as it should follow the same story arc.

Tutorial 4: The Storyboard

Let’s plan using a storyboarding technique that helps you think through the story of - where, who, what, why and how.

Tutorial 5: Building your story

Now that you have worked out your story framework using the storyboarding technique, you can start to build your story with more details.

Tutorial 6: Developing your characters

Characters give life to a story! They are the people, animals or your character can be a thing. Be as inventive and creative as you want. It is your story.

Tutorial 7: Bring your story alive with words

This is the “what” and “how” of your story to make it interesting to the reader. This is also probably the most challenging part of the story creation process as you might have to go back and make changes to your original story idea. So while there will be some back and forth, iterations are all part of the fun.

Tutorial 8: Bring your story alive with illustrations

Does your story’s illustrations reveal the feelings of your story in the best possible way?

Tutorial 9: Edit your story

Every great story has a fantastic start that ‘hooks’ the reader, makes them care about the main character and makes them want to read on to see what will happen to the main character - make sure yours does! 

Tutorial 10

Well done! You should feel proud of what you have accomplished.