How many times during our day do we turn aside from out task at hand to focus on some form of social media or radio or television? Do you find your work time or work place cluttered with visual traps? Legend of Cre – lo – Way accomplished this on purpose by using Imagery. Imagery makes each scene so stimulating that your attention is drawn from the earth, sea, and sky reacting to what is happening in the script. Did you know that most of radio and television works on the same basis. These media cultures need to get your attention and hold it long enough to get there message across. Admit it, it works very well.
Imagery works in scripts by using similar attraction getting devices. A character cannot enter a scene through simple dialogue or descriptive narrative. No. By using Imagery, each character is announced with full blare of orchestration, brilliant strobes of colored lights, etc. See what I mean. By using these Imagery devices, the story grabs hold and doesn’t let go. Try it on your next writing assignment and see what happens.
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