Monday Writing Prompts

Every Mondays I’ll add to this post a new writing prompt to spur those creative juices after the weekend. As part of the exercise, I’ll randomly pick cards from the amazing Story Engine and feature a concept artist who agreed to provide art related to the prompt. 

The goal of the exercise is to let it inspire you through the art and the combination of the chosen cards from the story engine. Who knows… this may cause you to write your next blockbuster novel, screenplay, or short-story.

If you’re interested in getting your own Story Engine kit you can order it here.

This week’s Prompt

A wise paladin wants to set an elaborate trap with an elemental tree but it means evil will go unpunished

The art above was graciously provided to us for inspiration by Tiago Sousa. You can see his entire portfolio on Artstation here or follow him on twitter here.

Last week’s prompt

“A fiery slasher wants to unleash the divine wrath of a demonic time machine but he will never be able to travel off-world again

This week we have the privilege of having 3 artists inspiring us with great images…

The art above was graciously provided to us for inspiration by Andy Walsh. You can see his entire portfolio on Artstation here or follow him on Instagram here.

April 19th’s Prompt

A misleading cannibal wants to conceal the dangers of a privately owned carnival but no one will ever know the reasons why”

This week we have the privilege of having 3 artists inspiring us with great images…

The art above was graciously provided to us for inspiration by Andy Walsh. You can see his entire portfolio on Artstation here or follow him on Instagram here.

The art above was graciously provided to us for inspiration by Corissa Karvonen. You can see her entire portfolio on Artstation here.

The art above was graciously provided to us for inspiration by Hilary Purnamasari. You can see her entire portfolio on Artstation here or follow her on Instagram here.

April 12th’s Prompt

A deceptive genius wants to save the world with a forgotten skull (a place? an object?)

but he must face what he’s been running from.

The art above was graciously provided to us for inspiration by Tiago Sousa. You can see his entire portfolio on Artstation here or follow him on twitter here.

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