I am happy to announce that Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance will be attending MIPTV in April. Located on the Cote D'Azur in the South of France is Europes largest TV market where industry representatives come from all over the world to network, discuss the future of media and buy and sell content.
It is the first step to brining Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance TV series to the screens. I hope to meet interest parties and discuss opportunities at the is exciting event in the Spring.
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This is the very last post of 2017 but I hope to continue posting updates regarding this epic Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance. I have been working hard looking for new opportunities for this interpretation, whilst it's too early to confirm anything I can the first of months will very promising - taking the adventures of Rama, Laksman, Sita and Hanuman to a wider audience as, we'll a admit there's a lot of demand for exciting entertainment in various forms.Read More
Welcome to the prospective Ayodhyan Travel and Writers Guide - ever wondered about life in the Kingdom of Ayodhya. With over 100 pages covering every aspect of this (fictional) country will be released in early 2018. so you plan for trips to one of the wonders of Asia and the course the setting of Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance.Read More
As my this version of Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance comes to a close it's time to share with you how I tackled the immense and complicated epic that is Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance. Unlike the first time I tried to create an interpretation in which I added page for every twist and turn of the story as I came across it - even though I annotated a copy of John and Mary Brockington's Ramayana, I still managed to create over 5000 pages of comic that - though interesting left no help to the uninitiated the work could become incoherent for those unfamiliar with Rama and Sita's story.Read More
In doing my research for my writers & travel guide I have constructed a diagram of the histories of both the Vanara Kings and there usurpers in Ayodhya the Rakasanagara dynasty created using Mindnode Mind mapping software.Read More
There’s a lot of negative comments about Patreon at the moment with the recent changes to how patreon collects and charges you my Patrons. I would just like too say without the platform I would never built momentum that allowed me too produce & complete my project, the money was a helpful incentive but not as much as the support & enagement from my patrons.Read More