The art of storytelling is as boundless and diverse as the stories themselves. With the rise of the digital age and instant communication, story creators can now receive immediate feedback from the audiences. Sometimes, the audience will give critiques and demand changes to the story. Those of you in the gaming community will be familiar with the outrage over Mass Effect 3's ending, and those who love TMNT will know about the dissatisfaction over changing turtles to aliens. If so many people dislike something, should the creators reflect on the audience's critiques and make the necessary changes to please them, or stick to their original vision?
This is a very complicated question that's the topic of
's latest journal. He has provided quotes from a very diverse group of people ranging from famous professionals in the movie and comic industry to emerging artists on dA. At the bottom of the journal is a list of questions on what do you guys think about the issue. Question 4 is specifically for fans of Knite and other comics on dA, but I would love to hear what your responses to the other questions are as well. Please leave your comments on his journal here techgnotic.deviantart.com/jour…
where he can respond to everyone