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I have an idea for a children's animated show, and I'm writing freely and having a blast creating characters, stories,
struggles, successes, etc. But I am not a screenwriter yet. How much should I write until I search for help from a talented writer? Where would I take what I have written?
Glenn Bossik, Scriptologist.com Editor-in-Chief:
It sounds like you're very passionate about your story. That's great! You should definitely use that passion to
complete the screenplay yourself. Afterwards, you can get written feedback from a talented script analyst. Don't miss out on the experience of writing your own screenplay. It can be very satisfying, and you'll probably find that
you do indeed have talent as a writer.
Remember that you always have the option of adapting your screenplay into a graphic novel or making it into a film
yourself. You don't have to ask anyone for permission to live your dream. With the low cost of animation software and digital filmmaking
equipment, you too can be a filmmaker.
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