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Here was the plot method version, which clarified his intent: A monkey is sauntering through the jungle without a care in the world, when he happens upon a banana on a large rock. The monkey spots the banana, then tentatively checks it out. After a bit of back,-and-forth indecision, he grabs the banana and sits down on the rock to eat it. At this point, the rock sprouts a mouth and eats the monkey, banana and all, resetting the trap with a fresh banana.
For those who don't recall, I had an issue with his two versions of panel five, the first of which read: "The monkey walks away from the banana, looking over its shoulder, clearly wanting the banana, but unsure if he should take it."
It was supposed to be the panel where the monkey was at this stage: "After a bit of back-and-forth indecision..." Since walking away doesn't make that clear, I feel a moment of real consideration, in a wordless panel, has the best chance of communicating that to the reader. In short, NOT grabbing the banana and considering it demonstrates indecision.
This is important for each of you to note, because this is clearly a case of the writer having an intent that was not communicated in the other versions of the script.
Here's my suggested panel five revision to his post:
Full Script Without Camera Direction
A monkey is walking through the jungle without a care in the world.
The monkey walks up on a banana sitting on a large rock.
The monkey looks hard at the banana, obviously thinking it over.
The monkey starts toward the banana.
The monkey, on its haunches, ponders the banana, and we can tell from his squinty eyes and "Thinker" pose that he's really considering his options.
The monkey sneaks toward the banana.
The monkey reaches out to take the banana.
The monkey grabs the banana.
The monkey seats himself on the rock, a look of excitement on his face.
The monkey starts to eat the banana.
The rock reveals a mouth at the top, gulping the monkey down.
The rock spits something into the air.
A new banana lands on top of the rock.
NOTE: I also deleted the word "back" from panel 6, just to smooth out the difference between the original and my edit.
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