Strikethrough

CAPTAIN OBVIOUS TIP:
When I’m writing dialogue I make a lot of use of the “strike through” type feature.

Strike through is a great way to leave possible dialogue on the page. You can play with some diction selections fairly easily without cutting and pasting and it’s easy to spot when going back to review or remove when you’re doing a final run through.

Plus if anything is left in by mistake, a letterer would not set it because it’s, well… struck through ▪

About the Author —
Nick Macari is a full-time freelance story consultant, developmental editor and writer, working primarily in the independent gaming and comic markets. His first published comic appeared on shelves via Diamond in the late 90’s. Today you can find his comic work on comixology, amazon and in select stores around the U.S.  Visit NickMacari.com for social media contacts and news on his latest releases.


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