From Sharon's dulcet tones to the Grant Mitchell's distinctive growl - voice effects can really bring your EastEnders stories to life. Follow this step-by-step guide to adding sound to your EastEnders episode.
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Have you ever wondered how people get started with animation? Andy Needle, animator and crazy brain behind the BBC Three series Wolf Jenkins and co-creator of Channel 4's Comedy Blap The Art Of Foley, filmed his top animation tips for us to help you on your way!
An EastEnders story without characters is like Mick Carter without his trademark pink dressing gown.
Follow this simple guide to adding characters to your EastEnders story and you will gain all the skills you need to be a master storyteller.
Tameka Empson, the actress who plays Kim Fox in EastEnders, reveals the secrets of Walford's undisputed style icon. From crazy accessories to bright, tight fitting clothes, she explains how important clothes and style are to building a character.
With the new Mobile Maker you can create your very own EastEnders stories in minutes. Just go to EastEnders Soap Factory on your mobile phone to get started.
To help you create the best videos you can of your artwork we've put together our top tips to help you get great results when filming with your phone.
Watch artist and designer Pascal Anson from The Big Painting Challenge on our top tips for filming with your phone.
There are lots of things that you can do to improve your health and wellbeing, and they can make a big difference to how we feel. Here are our top tips.
With a smartphone in your pocket it's easier than ever to create a great short video. A little bit of planning and practice can go a long way, turning a bog-standard video into something fantastic.
Here are some top tips for shooting videos with a smartphone.
There has never been a better time for crime drama on telly! Inspired by Happy Valley's success at the Baftas we would like to invite you to write your own opening scene for a crime drama.
At BBC Writersroom we've created seven top tips for writing powerful scripts. You can see them here:
At the heart of every good script, of course, are the characters. Characters bring your story to life, they suck your audience in and give voice to your narrative.