1. To begin, I'd like to create an illustrated roleplay, like a storybook.
(Parts 1 & 2 of this "anthology")
Roleplayers will first apply through a sort of audition process, in which they submit a fairy-tale "template" describing their character's appearance and origins. Each audition must have a corresponding archetype—that is, a traditional role in fairy-tales and literature. The roleplay will develop these archetypes into realistic, complex characters—who have merely been diluted over time.
Each roleplayer have an illustrator partner—who will illustrate their character, key scenes, etc. Between them, posts will be a joint effort. Each artist can work with multiple roleplayers, and can independently propose concepts as well; they're certainly not going to be RP lackeys. A separate "art pile" thread will be filled with concept art that yet lacks a purpose/character.
2. A team of writers will then condense the narrative into stories/chapters, and homogenize the style. (Part 3)
This part will be a meticulous labor of love, in which the roleplaying cast must work hand-in-hand with the writing committee—to create a simplified companion work to the RP. These writers must also order the illustrations as they see fit, consulting the illustrators if something needs to be made/edited. The collection needs to be something that will impress visitors to the forums, and provide a fitting example of everyone's talents.
In addition to this compilation stage, writers can submit their own short works in the meantime. The greatest fun of creative writing is, well . . . to write creatively! I'd hate to limit our writing team to other people's work—because I'll be submitting a few other things, myself—so independent concepts are always welcome. These will break up the "main" story/stories provided by the roleplay.
3. Throughout the making of the project, musically-inclined members can submit relevant pieces as well. (Part 4?)
This is, frankly, an afterthought. Musicians are a little rarer than artists or writers, so pieces can be submitted with no particular order.
So, that is my wish for the Creative Corner. Would anybody be interested in this?
(PLEASE share this with the other sections.)