Easter weekend with two family dinners and twin toddlers is tricky. Add in poker night on Saturday... and there were some delays.
I'm not sure if I'll do most of each soliloquy yet or not. It gets pretty crowded with text, but it's nice to have most of it in there.
Also, I'm wondering if the images are getting too cinematic and not stagey enough. The final zoom is... well, sort of arguable for theatre; if an actor is very compelling and pulls in your attention fully, it can feel like a zoom.
Hmm, yeah. Some shots could be argued as potentially cinematic. But still, what you said. I think a zoom is a zoom, whether it is done with a camera or with the performance acting on your mental images. Maybe this should be Macbeth: The Comic of the films of the play! j/k.
And eventually there'd be Lego Macbeth: the Comic of the Film Adaptation the Video Game...
"Follow the dagger that I see before me? Cool!"
Unrelated - I really need to make dedicated notes for font size with my desktop and my laptop. These are too big, especially with so much to say. I suppose this also means that I shouldn't be compiling after midnight when babies have been a trial for most of the evening...
Yeah. I've started making notes of fonts and font sizes, etc., for the characters that use different ones from the usual regular font.
I decided that would be too much of a headache to remember, so all characters use the same speaking font. When they yell, scream, or get zapped, then I use whatever font feels best.