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What we don't have: money to fund a small group of professionals.

What we do have: amateurs all across the globe who want to improve their talents as (Writers, Actors, Photographers, Costume designers, Makeup artists, Designers...)

Imagine all of us exercising our individual talents while composing the pieces of a bigger puzzle.

Writers - fleshing out the dialogues and narration limited only by a loose outline

Anyone - sketching loose storyboards with original ideas on how to visualize each moment

Models and Photographers - preparing snapshots for a single character in the story with all of the necessary poses and expressions (costume and make-up courtesy of whoever has that role in their network)

Artists and Amateurs - printing those rough and simple photographs and translating them into eye-candy that is compattible with the style of the growing work

Graphic artists - collecting and organizing the best works into complete pages that unite text and art into a single growing story.

IMAGINE: each of us donating our contribution to the creative commons so that others can take what we've done and turn it into something greater without worrying about copyright, funding, etc.

Imagine the completed work being printed and distributed by church groups across the globe or downloaded onto computers, tablets and iphones anywhere in the world free of charge.

Imagine - All we can do TOGETHER!

P.S. I can't draw stick men to save my life, but I traced the above image from a photograph : )

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Comment by Caleb Boyes on March 9, 2012 at 7:24am
What we don't have: money to fund a small group of professionals.

What we do have: amateurs all across the globe who want to improve their talents as (Writers, Actors, Photographers, Costume designers, Makeup artists, Designers...)

Imagine all of us exercising our individual talents while composing the pieces of a bigger puzzle.

Writers - fleshing out the dialogues and narration limited only by a loose outline

Anyone - sketching loose storyboards with original ideas on how to visualize each moment

Models and Photographers - preparing snapshots for a single character in the story with all of the necessary poses and expressions (costume and make-up courtesy of whoever has that role in their network)

Artists and Amateurs - printing those rough and simple photographs and translating them into eye-candy that is compattible with the style of the growing work

Graphic artists - collecting and organizing the best works into complete pages that unite text and art into a single growing story.

IMAGINE: each of us donating our contribution to the creative commons so that others can take what we've done and turn it into something greater without worrying about copyright, funding, etc.

Imagine the completed work being printed and distributed by church groups across the globe or downloaded onto computers, tablets and iphones anywhere in the world free of charge.

Imagine - All we can do TOGETHER!

P.S. I can't draw stick men to save my life, but I traced the above image from a photograph : )

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