What exactly does a creative vision write-up look like? I'm trying to say all I want in one page, but there just feels like so much I have to put down.
A creative vision is something that evokes in the mind of others the story you're trying to express.
The hard part is writing sentences that put across that same vision the way you see it. That's the art of screenwriting.
There are many kinds of poetry and screenwriting is similar in the fact that it has different kinds of writing for different elements.
You may say one line and just touch that nerve that gets you the gig.
Being ambiguous may work, then again having a proposal with more than one interpretation may confuse the show runner.
Spin a coin take a chance. Stand out from the crowd with a crazy proposal.
I'm giving my vision part bulletpoints so that I don't just have several paragraphs. It makes it easier to read. I also make a note in one bulletpoint that character changes will be in the character info change (alot of them need to be removed or reworked).
In my vision I wanted live actors so each individual girl or young lady could (even if by accident) give her character more depth. I still liked the way the cartoon characters acted as a single unit and I thought that brought a lot to the idea of the 12 Princesses but in the long run I think you have just as good of a chance to find a great talent or develop a great talent as you do to create a great cartoon. Although overseas distribution could go through the roof with toons, hmmm ... did I just change my mind? I got it when I put in my Vision a "Dark" feel to the back ground, No, no America needs a comeback as far as global identity. We are good; dark and live actors. No need to second guess.
To tell you that summarize and sythesize the Creative Vision, the first page of your
submission. Summarize anything in miniscule form for detail that you read.
Then, Synthesize the information: In other words, fusion. Mix the summary with your IDEAS
to write the Creative Vision.
So, here, use the information of the screenplay, then combine your ideas to better the
screenplay creating a fusion of fantasy.
It would aalso be great to see the princesses at different ages. They can't all really be the same age and hight the way they look in the animated proposal. They need to have the chance to show emotion and expressions and individuality. I guess what I'm trying to say is I get wjhat you mean. BTW definitely stay on the dark and egdy side so when the happiness dose come back it will be that much more effective.
I posted that last one for don Jr. sorry it wasnout of context of your original question.