Thunder Punch Daily 133 – How is Transformer Babby Formed?

July 11, 2011 by Jerzy  
Filed under Art & Story Supreme, Thunder Punch Daily

Inspired by a recent Twitter conversation I had with Kasey Van Hise, today I share a few thoughts about the difference between real world logic, internal story logic, and story idea logic. Focusing too much on the minute details of the logic of details in a story (such as wondering about the necessity of gender in The Transformers franchise), can distract you from what the story is meant to convey. I suspect that it can also influence your writing, which could be good or bad, depending on what you want to achieve in your work.

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One Response to “Thunder Punch Daily 133 – How is Transformer Babby Formed?”
  1. Sharpie99 says:

    Maybe you covered this topic already but what is more important… Story or character? A good character can drive a story and a good story can make you interested in characters…or are they both needed?
    Thanks

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