Constructing a Story: Advanced Visual Storytelling

7 Little Children

Every night,  the teacher closes the lights and locks up the nursery for the day. After the lights are closed and the nursery is locked, six little children will file out of the two closets in two straight lines. The girls from the closet on the right in one line, and the boys in the closet on the left in the other line. The six little children will take their respective places on the hexagon- shaped table. The girls in one line will seat on the blue seats, while the boys in the other line will seat on the green seats. Six seats for six little children. After the six little children sat down, the closet doors will close.

One day, after the six little children sat down, the closet door on the left did not close properly. Behind the half-opened closet door on the left is a 7th little child.

The 7th little child peeked through the half-opened closet door on the left. He looked at the six little children sitting in the six seats of the hexagon-shaped table. Six seats for six little children, no seat for the 7th little child.

I’m also taking a class on Skillshare called “Constructing a Story: Advanced Visual Storytelling.” (If you enroll with that link, you’ll also save $10 on your first class!), where are supposed to compose an original story through multiple images. Our first assignment is to come up with a story.

This class in unfortunately not free, but my friend gave me a promo code. So far, it’s okay, I’m still in my first week, so not sure how it goes.

Anyway, Skillshare has a lot of online courses, there are a few that are free and you can always check those out first.

I took “Launch Your Startup Idea for Less than a $1000” that was taught by the CEO and cofounder of Skillshare, that one was okay, he was a very a good speaker and he explained things really well. I’m probably not going to launch my startup anytime soon, but it was still nice to get some tips.

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