This is where I'll be developing the story script for my graphic novel thesis.
The most current draft of the script can be found here:
graphic novel plates
project timeline, last update: Nov 14 2018
Oct 18: workshop with London-based science fiction authors to get feedback on the script
Oct 19: Chapter assignments finalized, for Chapter Illustrators and Concept Artists
Oct 26: Scientific diagram assignments finalized, for Scientific Illustrators
- first draft of story boards and character designs due
- final draft of script due
- first proof of concept art due
- first proof of scientific diagrams due
- first draft of inked chapter pages due
Nov 23: first draft (black-and-white) of concept art due
Nov 26-30: sometime during this week schedule workshop #2, asking for feedback on the inked pages, concept art drafts, and scientific diagram proofs
Nov 30: script frozen
Dec 7: inked chapter pages frozen
- uncoloured concept art due
- uncoloured scientific diagrams due
Jan 18: inked chapter pages with typesetting due
Feb 1: first draft of coloured and typeset chapter pages due
Feb 4-8: workshop #3, asking for feedback on the coloured and typeset pages
- any final tweaks of coloured and typeset chapter pages due
- coloured concept art due
- coloured scientific diagrams due
Feb 18-22: exhibition of all graphic novel artwork for final round of feedback, party with project collaborators!
- Chapter pages frozen
- Scientific diagrams frozen
- Concept art frozen
update, 06 Sept 2018
Stencila is proving difficult to use for collaborative script writing and sharing, so I'm going back to plain text/markdown for writing the script.
update, 03 June 2018
I'm now trying out Stencila to write my thesis. However, until Stencila develops a way for people to view and share files without downloading the Stencila Desktop app, I'll export final version of each "progress document" (1st draft, second draft, final draft, etc) into a markdown file, for easy viewing here on Github.
The thing below applies to everything in this repo:
Vigilante Intergalactic Roustabout Scholars (VIRS) by Danbee Kim is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://www.danbeekim.org/projects/2018/02/28/VIRS-concept/.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at danbeekim.org.