Kanan - The Last Padawan 006 (2015) by Greg Weisman

By Greg Weisman

A story from the time of Rebels!

No longer a Padawan, the grownup Kanan reveals himself again on this planet Kaller...

Will his earlier as Caleb Dume go back to hang-out him?

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Creating Backgrounds for Compelling Storytelling in Animation, Comics, and Games Now, within those lines, in a part of the grid that is closer to us, we are going to draw the figure of a man (or rather the shape of one, in cylindrical or blocked out shapes, very basic stuff). This man will represent a figure that is closer within the scene, and will begin the process of scaling it:   Thanks to this very basic figure, we now have a concept of space within our design that we didn’t have before.

There are many different types of stories—some scary, some funny, some tragic—yet all of them have a similar purpose and structure, which makes them understandable and relatable to their audience. Therefore, a lot of the following will definitely be familiar to you, even if you don’t know these concepts by name. First of all, it is important to know that all storytelling derives from conflict, which is a specific issue or concern that provokes the entire action of a story to take place. Basically, it’s a motivation that causes your main character to react to the world and either set things right within his/her world, or change his surroundings and his/her status quo.

Therefore, a lot of the following will definitely be familiar to you, even if you don’t know these concepts by name. First of all, it is important to know that all storytelling derives from conflict, which is a specific issue or concern that provokes the entire action of a story to take place. Basically, it’s a motivation that causes your main character to react to the world and either set things right within his/her world, or change his surroundings and his/her status quo. In superhero stories, for example, those conflicts are usually expressed physically (bad guy shows up, does something bad, hero hears about said bad thing, hero engages bad guy to stop bad thing).

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