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The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Dialogue
One of the most essential parts of writing dialogue is properly formatting it so the reader understands who is speaking, who they are speaking to, and most importantly: that they are in-fact speaking. Dialogue should be contained within quotation marks and indented from the left as far as a paragraph. Each new speaker’s dialogue should also be on a separate line. Let’s say Suzy and Jack are fighting over milk. First we will give the dialogue context:
It was almost dinner time at the Clorus Family home. Jill asked her son Jack to pour milk for himself and her daughter Suzy. When Jack was filling the first glass, the carton ran out.
Context allows the reader to understand wh
Difficult clients [EN, RU]
So as I understood from the last poll the theme of "how to earn money as freelancer" is very actual for you. Good! It is very huge topic but I'll start from such posts.
Who are they? Yesterday I got a message from one customer which inspired me to write this entry.
For all years of work as freelancer I met a lot of different types of clients and among them there are those with whom is difficult to working and it is better not doing it. This information will be also useful for customers.
Here is some types of such hard clients (the list isn't complete and can be updated with new types):
Type 1: "Make it for free" - probably, the most popular. I often get the messages from such people with a proposal to work for them for free in various projects (in games, for book covers and etc). Most of them promise to paid a percent from sales when the game or product will become popular. Usually, it never happens. Also such client may throw y
Grumpy Cross Arm Animation Process
Hey hey hey y'all, here my arm cross animation assignment I did in college, and to be honest this is by far my best one yet of this semester, its smoother compare to the other stiff ones. Also what special about this video is I actually added the different process of my animation, from my first line test to the final version complete with music background
I hope you guys check it out and enjoy
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