Fiction Thai Writing – How to Write a Storyboard
When it comes to writing fiction, many writers have a tough time coming up with compelling plots. There is nothing more depressing to an author than to see his or her story turn mediocre. With some research however, one may be able to come up with excellent plots that are sure to entice readers. The trick is coming up with original ideas and then incorporating them into a story that is fun to read. One surefire way of doing this is through the use of Thai stories.
When most Westerners think of Thailand, the first thing that comes to mind are the poverty-ridden streets and chaotic atmosphere filled with Buddhist monks. In addition to this stereotype however, many would be readers find out that Thailand has much to offer to all who visit it. There are cities rich in natural resources as well as cities rich in culture. With all these positives, there is no doubt that many authors would want to use Thailand as a setting for their books.
Stories about Thailand have been written by some of the world’s best authors including Kichitran Kachru, Chiang Mai’songsakdi and Hauropaekchu. All these authors have used Thailand as the basis of their plots and have given their work a great deal of popularity in the West. While it is true that many of their books have been turned into blockbusters, what many people do not realize is that many of these books have actually gone on to become successful movies as well. This makes it quite clear that one does not necessarily need literature to create a plot for fiction.
Often authors will have an idea for a storyboard in hand before they begin writing their books. They will first research the locations, historical events and the cultures of the various people they wish to include in their story. The more they know about the world around them, the better. They should also have a basic outline of the story already in place, as this will make it much easier to write the dialogue and other components of their stories. Once they have their storyboards and outlines, they may choose to make a short video using a handheld camera or a laptop to film their storyboards and cut out key scenes.
When making a storyboard, one can use almost anything to depict their storyboard. There are no set rules when it comes to how to make a storyboard. In fact, the only thing that really matters is the quality of your creativity. As long as you take pride in your storyboard, you will have found a successful way to keep your story in your head and onto paper. As long as you do not forget your storyboard, you will never forget your creative juices flowing as they should.
No matter what type of fiction Thai book you are writing, there will be certain key points that you may want to include in your storyboard. For instance, you may want to consider including the setting, the people in the main characters’ life, the vehicles and even the places where the story takes place. The key here is being able to describe everything so that the readers can follow the story without much difficulty. You may also use headings and bullet points to identify names, places and even dates.
When writing a storyboard, it is important that you remember to include your characters. This is where most writers go wrong and end up forgetting important details. Remember that in your storyboard, your characters are the central focus. Without them, it is as if you have thrown out all the other elements in your storyboard.
There are many ways to incorporate your characters into your story. Perhaps, you will want to put one character in front of another and then another one in the back. You can also use a short scene for each main character and then the next main character. You should also take the time to write a short scene for the vehicle that you are using in your story. In this way, you can add more dimensions to your story.