At one time or another, every writer has experienced the dreaded, “now what do I write?” rut that brings even seasoned writers to their knees. Kiss those days goodbye and say hello to Contour.
Newly redesigned, Contour 2 for Mac and Windows, brings beauty and intuitiveness to a whole different level. With a focus on features customers have been requesting, Contour 2 implements functionality and improvements that helps every kind of writer. No one likes the feeling of spinning their wheels on an unfinished story – that’s where Contour 2 comes to the rescue. Simple and easy to follow, Contour 2 keeps your story on the right path, and keeps you on task.
At one time or another, every writer has experienced the dreaded, “now what do I write?” rut that brings even seasoned writers to their knees.
Kiss those days goodbye.
Contour, the dual-platform, award-winning story development system developed by Emmy Award-nominated Jeffrey Alan Schechter, is designed to take your idea and turn it into a bulletproof outline. Contour teaches you the perfect blend of plot-driven versus character-driven storytelling that blockbuster movies use to create solid stories that hold together from Fade In to Fade Out.
Unlike other story development systems which are either so complicated that you don’t know where to start or so lightweight as to wonder, “why in the world did I buy this?”, Contour is a must-have for every screenwriter. No matter what your screenwriting experience, Contour has helped both the first time newbie to celebrity screenwriters.
Using a fill-in-the blanks and intuitive approach, much like a software install wizard, Contour guides you as to what elements need to be part of your story outline – effectively constructing the foundation of your screenplay. In the end, you’re never left to wonder, “what comes next?”
Don’t be. For many, it’s much easier to understand the Contour system by following the breakdown of a successful movie. Contour includes several entire scripts of blockbuster movies dissected through the Contour system. And if you need even more samples of how Contour works, follow Jeffrey Alan Schechter’s personal blog as he breaks down current screenplays in Contour.