Animation scripts require a great deal of description indicating what we see visually. They also run longer at up to thirty six pages for a 22 minute episode. The animation script becomes a map and inspires layout artists, designers, storyboard artists and more so they can turn your vision into pictures. In Animation Writing 201 you will work on premise, story outline, characters, dialogue, and drafting your original 1/2 hour TV treatment. This course reinforces your knowledge of screenwriting structure, and character development learned in prior 101 classes.
The goal of Animation Writing 201 is to draft a treatment for a half hour animation script. Homework and reading assignments are necessary for your success.
This course may be repeated. Please be prepared to write within the class time.
Registration is open now. Weeknight or Saturday class options available for this 10 week session. Step #3 includes opportunity to apply for financial aid or to sponsor someone.
1. Submit a writing sample and pay $25 evaluation fee. This is not the cost of the class, but a fee to evaluate your writing for placement within the CEG Institute. *Animation 101 and Screenwriting 101 are the only classes that do not require a writing sample. Unsure of what to submit? Have questions about where to start? Feel free to contact us.
2. Wait for a confirmation on your placement within the CEG program. Our goal is to help you become the best you can be so it is important that you begin in the program with a solid foundation before moving on. Feel free to contact us if you have questions or for some reason didn’t hear back from us within 24 hours.
3. Apply for financial aid (if applicable).
CEG Institute Evaluation Fee$25.00
Looking for professional help in bringing to life your story for production? Professional development and writing consultation is available with non-union or union writers and producers. Please contact us for further information. Rates vary greatly depending on credits, and previous distribution of the CEG professional.