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Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue by John Kreng

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Fight Chart and Stats

A fight chart helps you plan out all your fights throughout the story. The fight chart can also help you plan your fight scenes if you look at it to get a general overall bird’s-eye view of how each fight leads to the next, on to the final fight scene. This can also help you not be repetitive with the motivations and emotions of your fights, but it cannot help with the potential redundancy of techniques and rhythm. You must remember and be aware of that fact each time you physically choreograph the fights.

Your Fight Chart

When breaking down your fight chart, you should have a graph basically describing each fight scene and which act it is in, as well as a worksheet that supports the graph.

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