So I’ve been listening to the conflict corner classes but only in bits and pieces as time permits – so apologies if this has been answered.
@JohnDusenberry – in a recent class you mentioned applying TKAD (or Situation/Attitude/Mindset/Activity) to the PRCO beats in a scene which I get – but then you said also this is a great way to use your storyform to brainstorm storytelling. How does one do this? Given that you’re using all four of the TKAD, the illustrations wouldn’t be storyform specific.
I’m thinking about something from a class that @jhull did a while ago analyzing a scene from @mlucas’s story in which he suggested for the scene level Activities beat you could drop down and brainstorm from levels under that (e.g. Senses). This approach seems potentially very useful! And it makes sense that you would look to your storyform for those levels. However, that only works for one of the througlines.
I’m pretty sure the answer is it doesn’t matter that much at the scene level, as long as you have one of each (TKAD). But I’m wondering if anyone has a different take/approach though.