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  1. FIRSTeBook Creative Writing Tutorial Video 1 - Introduced by The Journey Author Tom Norris
    Duration: 3:35



    Description: Creative Writing Tutorials From FIRSTeBook.co A series of writers workshop videos aimed at helping new writers to become better writers. Learn about online writing, writing successfully and ebook publishing with our FREE 20 Video Workshop. Submit your manuscripts at FIRSTeBook for a FREE Review.


    Keywords: Creative Writing, Becoming A Writer, Writers Workshop, Online Writing, Writing Classes, How To Be A Writer
    Average rating: 2.6





  2. FIRSTeBook Creative Writing Tutorial Video 2 - Introduced by The Journey Author Tom Norris
    Duration: 4:38



    Description: Creative Writing Tutorials From FIRSTeBook.co A series of writers workshop videos aimed at helping new writers to become better writers. Learn about online writing, writing successfully and ebook publishing with our FREE 20 Video Workshop. Submit your manuscripts at FIRSTeBook for a FREE Review.


    Keywords: Creative Writing, Becoming A Writer, Writers Workshop, Online Writing, Writing Classes, How To Be A Writer, how to write a book title, how to write book titles
    Average rating: 3.0





  3. FIRSTeBook Creative Writing Tutorial Video 5 - Introduced by The Journey Author Tom Norris
    Duration: 7:49



    Description: Creative Writing Tutorials From FIRSTeBook.co - A series of writers workshop videos aimed at helping new writers to become better writers. Learn about online writing and about becoming a writer. Use our writing classes to write successfully and learn about ebook publishing with our FREE 20 Video Workshop. Submit your manuscripts at FIRSTeBook for a FREE Review.


    Keywords: Creative Writing, Becoming A Writer, Writers Workshop, Book Outline, Book Outlines, How To Write A Book Outline, Writing A Book Outline






  4. FIRSTeBook Creative Writing Tutorial Video 12 - Introduced by The Journey Author Tom Norris
    Duration: 6:09



    Description: Creative Writing Tutorials From FIRSTeBook.co - A series of writers workshop videos aimed at helping new writers to become better writers. Learn about Metaphor, What Is A Metaphor, Simile and Metaphor, Simile, Simile Examples and What Is A Simile. Use our writing classes to write successfully and learn about ebook publishing with our FREE 20 Video Workshop. Submit your manuscripts at FIRSTeBook for a FREE Review.


    Keywords: Metaphor, What Is A Metaphor, Simile and Metaphor, Simile, Simile Examples, What Is A Simile, Creative Writing, Becoming A Writer, Writers Workshop
    Average rating: 1.0





  5. FIRSTeBook Creative Writing Tutorial Video 14 - Introduced by The Journey Author Tom Norris
    Duration: 3:48



    Description: Creative Writing Tutorials From FIRSTeBook.co - A series of writers workshop videos aimed at helping new writers to become better writers. Learn about Blurbs & Writing A Blurb, online writing and about becoming a writer. Use our writing classes to write successfully and learn about ebook publishing with our FREE 20 Video Workshop. Submit your manuscripts at FIRSTeBook for a FREE Review.


    Keywords: Blurb, Writing A Blurb, Blurbs, Creative Writing, Becoming A Writer, Writers Workshop
    Average rating: 3.7





  6. Creative Writing Masterclass 1: Ideas & Inspiration
    Duration: 8:13



    Description: Acclaimed Scottish writer Keith Gray begins a 5-part series on writing your first story, from initial ideas to final draft. All the information is at www.scottishbooktrust.com. Keith Gray's latest novel is Ostrich Boys.


    Keywords: writing, scottish, masterclass, creative, ideas, inspiration, keith, gray, writer, first, novel, tutorial
    Average rating: 4.9





  7. Teach Me How To Jerk Tutorial (Creative Writing Project)
    Duration: 6:56



    Description: 3 basic jerk moves explained and taught.


    Keywords: jerk, reject, ya, half dip, coval, creative writing
    Average rating: 4.0





  8. Creative Writing: Analyze what is at Stake
    Duration: 5:43



    Description: www.creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Write an analysis on what is at stake in your story to push your audience to the edge of their seats. Creative writing storytelling tutorial for the multimedia age. The writing strategies offered in these tutorials can also be applied to podcasting, film work, storyboarding, cartooning, etc. but they are still very much about writing. Writing is an important skill for most kinds of multimedia artists. These tutorials are offered for free to help promote my own story telling so please take a moment to see one of my animations at solomation.com. Thanks and I hope your writing goes well! Also check out All my fiction writing/ creative writing videos: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com See all my figure drawing tutorials here figuredrawingtip.blogspot.com See all my hand drawn letters tutorials here handletter.blogspot.com See my storyboard tutorials here storyboardtutorials.blogspot.com See my animation and film tutorials here animationhowto.blogspot.com Enjoy!


    Keywords: tutorial, Free, Lessons, Tips, How, To, creative, writing, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, intstructions, arts, educational, advice, guide
    Average rating: 5.0





  9. S Street Fighter 4 AE Tutorial - Become a better online player
    Duration: 14:13



    Description: In this tutorial, I show you easy ways to up your online game in ssf4 ae Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Addition. Free creative writing tutorials masteredit.net free drawing tutorials http sexy! I'm not the best by any means, in fact, my Ryu is only ranked C right now, but these are the kinds of tips I needed to know in order to play at the level I am right now. I will be putting up some of my matches with commentary soon as well. Free Photoshop Tutorials ipaintgirls.com free creative writing tutorials http


    Keywords: ssf4 ae tutorial, street fighter tutorial, play ryu better, stop getting your ass kicked
    Average rating: 4.5





  10. Creative Writing: Creating Villains We Love to Hate
    Duration: 12:37



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show Notes Writing better fiction I answer the question left in comments by Ramworkz: What are some qualities I need to add in order to make an interesting villain? All I have in mind is everyone knows the hero but people enjoy a good villain. Just the way that a theme to a story can galvanize the impact of that story, a theme to your villain can do the same. Themes for villains could be an accident waiting to happen or blind vengeance. You could think of your villain as a force of nature. Theme of personality to inform how you depict that villain. Simulated reality. Very compelling fiction is a form of simulated reality. We look at the psychology of your viewer. In real life we are trying to figure people out, especially when there is a threat involved, when we think we are dealing with someone who might lie to us or steal from us. We have evolved to try to figure people out. We are hard wired for this sort of attitude towards viewing other people and we bring that to our fiction. You want the bad guy to become more interesting, he or she should betray some clues to why they are doing these evil acts. The mind of the viewer lights up and becomes engaged. Subconsciously we try to find out more why the villain is that way. Compelling villains have been ones who have an attitude of agitation. In states like that people are more likely to lash out. A lot of villainous behavior is compulsive. We all understand compulsive behavior. Strong ...


    Keywords: tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, writers, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, writer, written, storytellers, reader, audience, audiences, creating, storytelling, stories, villain, hero, theme, personality, depict, psychology, bad guy, behavior, compulsive, Sidney Lumet, portray
    Average rating: 5.0





  11. He Said, She Said.
    Duration: 5:24



    Description: Getting dialog right is vital if you want to produce good quality work. This video tells you how to indicate to the reader who the speaker is. Become a fan of cozyread.com on Facebook ; you are also welcome to visit www.neweyesartists.com


    Keywords: How to, Creative writing, creative writing tips, writing, dialog, dialogue, He said, she said, advice, advice for writers, writing tips, writing advice, writing help, how to write, how to write a novel, guide, creative writing guide, how to improve your writing, how to improve, creative writing lessons, how to write well, tutorial, writing tutorial, creative writing tutorial, lessons, creative book writing
    Average rating: 4.6





  12. Creative Writing: The Story Idea
    Duration: 14:54



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show notes: Creative writing. Working with story ideas. Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, is built around a premise: Love conquers all, even death. This is a good example of what stories were like back then. Frankenstein is an example of the kinds of stories being told today. Frankenstein is bases on a story idea. What if a human tried to create life? Both stories are built on a story idea and both have a premise. But the Frankenstein story is more a concept story, one created from a story idea. Before you start writing the story ask yourself, is my story a concept story of one based on the story idea? If your walking along and your suddenly struck with a story idea that is going to stay in your brain, write down that idea, it will keep your story focused much the way a premise does. Understand the difference between a premise and a story idea. A premise comes later, the story idea helps start the story. The premise is wrongfully, often seen as the creator of the story. It is the story idea that starts the story. Look at the way writing works in real life. Someone has a story idea and starts writing and from that a theme or premise emerges to help decide the over-all feeling and mood of the story. The premise will not guide you along to write the story, initially. The story idea is the horse that will drive the cart that is you writing. The premise is important. If you want to write a really good story start with a really good story idea ...


    Keywords: tutorial, Free, Lessons, Tips, How, To, creative, writing, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, intstructions, arts, educational, advice, guide
    Average rating: 5.0





  13. Creative Writing: Getting a Reader's Perspective on Your Story
    Duration: 10:23



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show notes An illustration of the writer's perspective on the story he or she is working on and how it differs from how the reader or viewer will be seeing the story. It will improve your story greatly to see it the way your viewer will see it. We see the story in over-view, mostly but the reader is in the story, moving along a track, seeing the story one point at a time, not knowing what is ahead. Write a separate document that will answer questions like: What does the reader not know at this point? What is the reader expecting? What are the reader's first impressions? How do you (the writer) want the reader to see this character, this situation, that statement, etc.? What is the carrot you are dangling on a string, meaning, what do you want the reader to want to happen that they will have to wait for? What do you want the reader to be afraid will happen? What event in the story have you made happen that the reader did not want to happen? Answering these questions scene by scene will help you build suspense. This document is to help you fully get into the reader's point of view. It is meant to guide your next draft. It will help you see your story from a new angle and see things you may have otherwise missed. See your story more clearly. Find all the weak points in a story. Get inside the fiction. Improve the plot. Think of what your reader is expecting and create surprise. Know what you what you reader to experience to enhance your ...


    Keywords: character, suspense, surprise, tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, writers, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, writer, written, storytellers, reader, audience, audiences, creating, storytelling, stories
    Average rating: 4.7





  14. Creative Writing: Strategies for Character Introduction
    Duration: 12:26



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Look at the way we get to know people in real life as a guide for working out the timing of how we introduce characters in fiction. Show notes: Character introduction. Having to do with a larger topic, why do we try to imitate real life in fiction? As a storyteller what you want to do in a sense is put them under your spell. You want them to forget they are reading or watching your film and for them to be in the story. The best way to do this is by imitating real life. One of the difficulties is depicting characters. How do you get to know people in real life? When you meet someone in real life, chances are, they don't give you a resume. The first impression is as important in fiction as it is in real life. After that with surprises we will adjust our estimation of who the individual is. We don't stick with the first few things that we learn about them but we do attempt to create a complete picture of who they are by by those first few impressions. It's like the game Battleship. It's a game of finding out what is going on with the character all the time. Your not dropping hints out-right but discreetly, you are. It would be worth while to think about the people in your life and what you thought of them when you first met them and they ways they have turned out to not be at all like your first impressions. Start with some of the basic visible indicators. Race, body shape, features, accent, dress, posture. Not just location accent but ...


    Keywords: tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, writers, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, writer, written, storytellers, reader, audience, audiences, creating, storytelling, stories, character, introduction, characters, race, features, accent, dress, posture, class, Pygmalion
    Average rating: 5.0





  15. Advanced expression Drawing tutorial
    Duration: 15:51



    Description: How to draw more advanced expressions. It just means they are harder to draw, but I show ways to make it easier. free digital painting and photoshop tutorials ipaintgirls.com free creative writing tutorials http


    Keywords: advanced expressions, how to draw expressions, how to draw yelling, how to draw mouth open, how to draw teeth
    Average rating: 4.8





  16. Creative Writing: The Underlying Mood
    Duration: 8:59



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show notes: Creative writing. Overall mood. While writing a story it's good to get into character and the more mentally that you are in the scene, the more you can write to draw the reader into the scene. Sometimes there's a conflict between the moods from scene to scene and it becomes a jarring experience for the audience. Look at the mood flow of the story. Put yourself in the mind flow of the readers. Bring them along on a ride. Bring them into happier, bring them into scared. If your writing a horror story you don't want the whole thing to be frightening all the way through or they will get burned out but if you introduce different moods they will enjoy a greater fear factor. Most good horror film are also very funny to give mood movement. If you want a scene to make the greatest impression make earlier scenes calmer in mood and make the big scene very mood inducing. Recently I'm working on a confrontational character but most confrontational during an important scene so I toned down his argumentative nature until the important scene so that I have somewhere to go. If you want the wind to hit the sales, you need the wind to be relaxed. If the wind is already there, you don't have any emotional change and progression. Take your reader from one place to the next mood wise. It can be like music with drastic changes in mood or gradual changes. Think about the emotional journey that you are taking your reader on. Learn to change ...


    Keywords: mood, moods, horror, film, tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, writers, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, writer, written, storytellers, reader, audience, audiences, creating, storytelling, stories
    Average rating: 5.0





  17. Creative Writing: Naming Character, Exercises
    Duration: 12:51



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show notes: Another writing exercise. Right down a name and write down everything that name brings to mind. What is that person like? What do they look like? Do they laugh a lot. Names are in danger of sounding passe. Names like fashion go in and out of style. Names that were dumb when I was a kid now seem like really cool names. If your working on a story that takes place far in the future or in another part of the universe and are not names used here and now, look at the origins of names here. Last names are often from locations of occupations. Native Americans name from things they see in their environment. Names that are unusual will soon not seem unusual any more. Look at the name: River Phoenix. When we hear that name we don't thing of a resurrecting bird or a river. Hokie names can be used for character that are not hokie at all. Look at the name Earnest, then think of Earnest Hemingway. The different names you are considering can have many different possibilities. One name can hint at a character trait that will become more apparent later in the store. Think of the reasons your character's names are effective in the story. If you want to make a character who is way-out-there maybe choose a name that will surprise the reader. The name should also be rooted in the character. If the character comes from a stable family they will probably have a name that reflects that. Homeless people often don't go by their legal names but have ...


    Keywords: tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, exercise, name, passe, style, names
    Average rating: 5.0





  18. Tutorial Light Writing with Adobe After Effects - Part 1B
    Duration: 7:35



    Description: In this tutorial, Creative Cow leader Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to use AE to simulate the popular light writing effect seen in recent Sprint commercials. See the first half of this tutorial here: www.youtube.com For more FREE tutorials, visit: www.creativecow.net


    Keywords: Tutorial, Light, Writing, Aharon, Rabinowiz, Creative, Cow, After, Effects, Podcast, creativecow.net
    Average rating: 4.8





  19. Drawing Tutorial - How to draw men's faces like vampires
    Duration: 15:57



    Description: I don't really know how to describe this tutorial as you can tell by the title, but basically, it is how to draw men's faces with all the muscles showing, like how older vampires look. Free Photoshop and Drawing and Digital Painting Tutorials ipaintgirls.com Free Creative Writing tutorials http


    Keywords: master edit, photoshop tutorials, drawing tutorial, drawing lessons, how to draw men, vampire faces
    Average rating: 4.8





  20. Creative Writing: First Draft Madness
    Duration: 11:15



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show notes: Creative writing. First draft madness. All the other tutorials will work best if you already have a first draft. Unlike any other stage of writing a story. Abandon all caution, look before you leap, no notes, no guides. You have your story idea. That's all you have and you start writing and go from beginning to end without stopping. If you start the story about a third into when you know the story begins, that is good because all life events rest on a history. Your pulling things out of thin air. That's why you need a first draft, to have something to work with, adding things to. The first draft is a glorious mess. You have an idea what happens but it's very vague. If you are not sure exactly what happens write THAT down, "I know something like this will happen but I'm not sure." If your the only one who can make any sense of it, that's fine. Themes and premise will not do you much good until you have a first draft to apply it to. When you have the first written version of your story you can look at it from different angles and change it. Don't try to use a premise backwards. It's like the spaghetti test, throw your novel against the wall and see what sticks. Keep in mind that it's hardest at the beginning. As you finish each draft it becomes easier and funner. It is the most discouraging and hardest at the beginning that's why you want to almost rush through the first draft and get it done with no correcting. Plenty of ...


    Keywords: tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, writers, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, writer, written, storytellers, reader, audience, audiences, creating, storytelling, stories, first, themes, premise
    Average rating: 5.0





  21. Creative Writing Lesson: Getting Started
    Duration: 7:06



    Description: creativewritingtutorials.blogspot.com Show notes: Creative writing, creative story telling. The concept of story telling as apposed to creative writing is that story telling can be applied to story boarding or film, many of the media age forms of art. Song.. When starting it's very important to turn the critic off. It's most important to generate material to work with and the inner critic restricts that flow. The objective of the writer or story creator just starting a new project is to get the story done, from start to finish. Don't stop to fix anything. Don't sweat it. Don't try to make it better until the first draft is done. The first draft is supposed to be poorly written and have lots of weak spots and problems, but it will be completed and after that then you can go back and work with what you have. You need to work on your story as a complete peace and for that reason you want to create a first draft. When you write your first draft don't fix anything.Creative writing/ storytelling tutorial for the multimedia age. The writing strategies offered in these tutorials can also be applied to podcasting, film work, storyboarding, cartooning, etc. but they are still very much about writing. Writing is an important skill for most kinds of multimedia artists. These tutorials are offered for free to help promote my own story telling so please take a moment to see one of my videos at solomation.com. Thanks and I hope your writing goes well! See all my figure drawing tutorials ...


    Keywords: tutorial, free, lessons, tips, how, creative, writing, fiction, story, telling, draft, script, dramatic, short, novel, storyboarding, graphic, novels, techniques, training, teaching, scene, scenes, play, act, howto, critic, improve, edit, screen, correct, rewrite, proof, read, instructional, instructions, arts, educational, advice, guide, art, film, media, starting
    Average rating: 5.0





  22. Tattoo Design Tutorial Part 1 - Butterfly Flower
    Duration: 15:30



    Description: This 5 part series is how I design a tattoo from beginning to end. It is a light coverup for my sister, meaning that she got her old tattoo laser removed, but some of the tat is still visible because the ink went to deep for the laser to remove it. It is of a butterfly and flower and some swirlies. She wanted a lot of magicalness to it. free creative writing tutorials masteredit.net my other site http


    Keywords: free tattoos, how to tattoo, drawing tattoos, tattoo design, butterfly flowers, tattoo tutorial
    Average rating: 4.9





  23. Tutorial Light Writing with Adobe After Effects - Part 2
    Duration: 10:08



    Description: In this tutorial, Creative Cow leader Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to improve the look of the light writing effect covered in part 1, adding intense points of light and other improvement ideas. For more FREE tutorials, visit: www.creativecow.net


    Keywords: Tutorial, Light, Writing, Aharon, Rabinowiz, Creative, Cow, After, Effects, Podcast, creativecow.net
    Average rating: 5.0





  24. Graffiti Tutorial 2011
    Duration: 7:39



    Description: I'm not really a graffiti artist, but I've been getting a few request to do a graffiti tutorials, so I did this one. If people are really interested in graffiti, then I will do real-time videos as well. discipleneil777.deviantart.com Finished piece For more free tutorials, check out ipaintgirls.com free creative writing tutorials http


    Keywords: graffiti tutorial, graff art, graff tutorial, graffiti art, how to graff
    Average rating: 4.4





  25. Super Street Fighter 4 Tutorial - Juri Hardest walkthrough
    Duration: 15:56



    Description: I show how to beat SSF4 on Hardest with Juri. However, I lost against Seth, and didn't have enough record time left, so I will upload that seperately with a video, Juri vs Seth tutorial. my Free Photoshop and Digital Painting Tutorials ipaintgirls.com my Free Creative Writing Tutorials http I'll be making seperate tutorials to show how to beat each person with Juri on Hardest mode since you face different people each time you playthrough on hardest.


    Keywords: hardest tutorial, how to beat ssf4, juri walkthrough, ssf4 tutorial
    Average rating: 4.2






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