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I started this project about 26 years ago.

Initially it was a novel, then it became a screenplay. Now it's an Intellectual Property, a super story, an organic transmedia.
 

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pmmg

Vala
Luis, i dont know what to make of that. It looks like an impressive amount of note taking but if you are claiming it as intellectual property why post it here?

i fear, without the benefit of the creators thoughts, i am not sure what it means to you.

your posting could use more clarity.

Also, You dont need to post your content into tags.
 
Luis, i dont know what to make of that. It looks like an impressive amount of note taking but if you are claiming it as intellectual property why post it here?

i fear, without the benefit of the creators thoughts, i am not sure what it means to you.

your posting could use more clarity.

Also, You dont need to post your content into tags.


The "note taking" is actually my work -- I am the sole creator | author of the IP.

In the whole note taking I tried to manage to fit all the IP potential, so I would send it to a transmedia producer as one-pager synopsis or pitch. Note: The Attached File is a rough draft from 2021, August 15, 21h05. At the moment (as of now), I'm still working on a new updated version.

On the note taking (of my rough draft) there's a centered horizontal line with arrows at each end -- it's the historical timeline of my Storyworld. It forms a story arc with the three-act structure. That's the Macro-Story!

The storyline is divided into eight vertical Core Narrative Micro-Stories, (e.g.) NORMAL WORLD/"gGod's Boredom". At its top I name the Mediums to each core narrative, for example, Core Narrative #1 - Normal World: Performance (Puppet Show). At its bottom I wrote a Character Group for that story, e.g., gGod (Agora), Finger Butterfly Puppet, Hand Dog Puppet.

Lastly, the big ORANGE ARROW, is pointing to "The Black Emotion of gGod" which is my work-in-progress, a "Backdoor Pilot" (screenplay).

I use also the 12 archetypes, e.g., INNOCENT, from the book, AWAKENING THE HEROES WITHIN by Carol S. Pearson (1991). ...For the whole note taking on the rough draft I've been using two other books: YOU'RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER STORY (2017) and YOU'RE GONNA NEED A BIGGER WORKBOOK (2021) both by Houston Howard.

Some of the archetypes, for instance, RULER (green color) may be an (a) Additive Comprehension, or (b) East Coast Extension, or (c) Dynamic Connection.

And that's it!
ENJOY
 
On the note taking (of my rough draft) there's a centered horizontal line with arrows at each end -- it's the historical timeline of my Storyworld. It forms a story arc with the three-act structure. That's the Macro-Story!

The storyline of my Storyworld -- THE MIND COFFIN -- a Transmedia project, is:

Key: TITLE (MEDIUMS/PLATFORMS)

> gGod's Boredom (Puppet Show )
> The Forgetting Of gGod (Immersive Theater)
> gGod's Division (Game)
> The Happiness of gGod (Comics)
> gGod Is All, Many and Only One (Web Series)
> The Black Emotion of gGod (Traditional)
>
gGod's Mind (Nomadic Theatre)
> gGod's Descendant (Single Song)

 
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Queshire

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Hm, let's see... a predisposition towards agreeing with people because who doesn't like to be agreed with on the net? Then a wiki search for our favorite fairy tale. A quick comparison between the date of original publication and today would make claiming it to be an updated version a safe enough bet. Now big G.... hmmm.... I'm not sure if that was picked at random or if there's a list of names & attributes where Geppe's role as the creator of the puppet was matched to an attribute of big G.

I'M ON TO YOU TIN MAN! YOU CAN'T FOOL ME! >=0
 
a list of names & attributes where Geppe's role as the creator of the puppet was matched to an attribute of big G

I just googled the keywords "Geppetto's attributes" and this caught my attention,


> The name Geppetto is a Tuscan diminutive of the name Giuseppe (Italian for Joseph). <


So, I checked, Joseph, just for fun, in a book from my bookshelves, called "Thousand and Such Proper Names: The Magic of Names by Ana Belo".

It said, "Joseph from Hebrew Yosef (may God multiply)."

There's your big G. (y)
 

pmmg

Vala
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