I’m looking for some music-y and write-ing type help! I really love all the various TFIOS and Vlogbrothers fan art that’s out there, but art’s not really my forte, so I thought I’d have a crack at a TFIOS-based musical. All just for fun of course! Having had a few, aborted starts, I’ve realised this is absolutely something I can’t do alone - I just don’t have all the necessary skills, plus it would be more fun with other people :)
I have some ideas, but I’m pretty open to anything. I (think I’m) good at big picture and direction planning stuff, and have fun with little details - but I can’t write lyrics, or scenes. I can write music in pretty much what ever genre we need though, so that’s a bonus.
If you’d like to talk, or be a part of something like this, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I’m doing a small final project on Nerdfighteria and New Media, specifically focusing on the arc of Brotherhood 2.0 in 2007.
The question is: Can meaningful connections be forged over new media like the internet and Facebook (and Twitter and Tumblr and even Minecraft)?
I’ve already chosen several videos that I will be writing about, but I also want to write about certain Vlogbrothers projects. I’ve got an outline for Project4Awesome. I guess what I’m curious about is what projects you’ve participated in and what meaningful connections you’ve made as a result.
I really and excited to hear some cool stories. :)
What say you, dearest nerdfighters?
I made a series of videos on my channel where I read John’s Creative-Commons zombie apocalypse novella Zombicorns in its entirety! I have just uploaded the final chapter, so it is now complete.
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And if you’d like to read along with him, you can download the text of Zombicorns in many different file formats right here!