So, the first Lab, The Logline Lab, had hitches and has been rescheduled for October 2, 2021.
For people who attended, thank you so much for rescheduling and your patience. I have been let out of Zoom jail (yay!) and the October 2 Lab should be glitch free and great. Whew!
What this means to people who were not able to attend the Sept 25 Logline Lab is, you have a second chance to join the lab on October 2. Yay!
The October 2 Lab is at 7 PM EST.
A second Logline Lab is also scheduled for October 9 at 9 PM EST for people who have difficultly making the 7 PM EST time slot.
I hope to see you all there and am looking forward to the labs:
Last chance to register for the October 2 Logline Lab. #screenwriting #writing #pitching http://theafw.com/lab-the-logline/
I know where I'll be at 7 PM EST. Where will you be?
Coming out of tonight's Logline Lab, stripping off my Zoom togs climbing into my house sweats. I think the lab went well. We covered a lot and went pretty late going over lab attendees' loglines. It was all good.
There is another Logline Lab October 9 at 9 PM EST for anyone who missed this weekend's lab. Hope to see you there.
I know where I will be Saturday. The Logline Lab. Where will you be?
Is anybody interested in a Lookbook Lab where I walk people through creating a lookbook using Canvas templates and we go over the points of a lookbook and such?
@seemaxrun I would be, but not until after the new year with the holidays and traveling to NY next month
New LookBook Lab Date!
What: The LookBook Lab
When: December 4
What Time: 7 PM EST
Where: Zoom, Baby, Zoom!
Saturday! I know where I will be. Where will you be?
I'm processing the last LookBook lab registrations, if anyone was wanting the lab and waiting, now is the time to hit that and get your registration in.
Here is the mock cinematic lookbook we created tonight in the LookBook Lab:
I kind of fell in love with it while working on it, I may keep working on it and finish it. It was an example project to work with in the lab showing lab attendees how to do is a rough draft but it turned out pretty nice.
@tony Thank you. I'm really looking forward to seeing the lookbooks people from the lab make for their stories.
Want to take a lab? Want someone else to pay for it? (You know you do.) Send them a hint.
Ho ho ho!