Hey there, it’s me, your friendly neighborhood webtoon creator here to talk about the process of writing a webtoon.
First things first, I like to use the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How method when brainstorming and scripting my webtoon episodes.
This helps me to really flesh out the characters, setting, and plot of my story. Sometimes I’ll omit one of these elements if it doesn’t really fit with the overall narrative of my webtoon, but generally speaking, answering these questions helps me to create a solid foundation for my story.
For example, when writing an episode for my webtoon “Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me!”
I first answered the “Who” question by establishing that the main characters were two uninterested and indifferent people.
Then, I answered the “Where” question by setting the scene in a corporate business area.
From there, I tackled the “What” question by having one character, Oriana, try to gauge the other character’s emotional response.
Finally, I addressed the “How” question by outlining how Oriana’s journey to understand her partner would play out.
In terms of what tools I use to write and create my webtoon, I usually rely on the note app on my phone or text edit on my computer to script out my episodes.
However, I’ve also used the program Celtx in the past. As for drawing my webtoon, I use Clip Studio Paint EX because of its convenient story edit feature which makes it easy to add in dialogue and other script elements.
If you have any further questions about the process of writing a webtoon or are interested in creating your own, don’t hesitate to leave a comment below! And don’t forget to check out my “How to start a webtoon for beginners” ebook all about how to make, publish, and monetize a webtoon for beginners. Plus, if you’re looking for a fun, fake marriage trope AMBW manga webtoon to read, be sure to check out “Catch Me! Fight Me! Love Me!” I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.