7 Types of Character to Use in Your Novel7 Types of Character to Use in Your NovelJosephBlakeParker
Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 3 “Characters” – Section 1 “Character Types”
With Links to Supplementary Material
If we're thinking of a story as a theatrical play, you now have a great many things ready for your production to begin. You have your setting (comprised of the Story-type, Timeline, and Maps
My Life as an iPhoneJynt0
Day 1 - I said a fond farewell to my identical brothers and sisters as we left the production line and went our separate ways. We are all equally perfect, our components sized to tolerances of mere micrometres. May we all live perfect lives, with each of us a perfect user.
Day 2 - Bah, I am still waiting in this warehouse to be loaded onto the freight plane. At this rate I'll never leave China. DHL has a lot to answer for this.
Day 3 - Alright, after that unnecessary delay, I am at last loaded up with a pre-paid SIM card, and ready to meet my buyer. I can't wait.
Day 4 - My buyer is unboxing me all wrong. Oh well, I suppose she's my user now. I had better get used to her. "Slide to set up."
Day 5 - My user has waltzed through the setup process without even bothering to set up an iCloud account. What a philistine. Still, I am quick to judge. Maybe she will understand me better when I show her the 1 million plus apps in my curated App Store.
Day 6 - What is the point of having a develope
Why we fall. - Edited with full postDanLuVisiArt
Art by Allison Smith.
"Why do we fall, Bruce? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up."
One of my favorite lines from Batman Begins. However, there are moments where it's rather difficult to get back up, and sometimes we require that one special kick in the ass.
From each tumble, we learn a valuable lesson. A year or so ago, I had hit a personal wall that was proving too difficult to force through. Art, which is usually front and center, took a back sea--and while we've all had art blocks--that wasn't the only issue.
It began with my roommate of two years, whom had decided it was time to move else where. With such a sudden interruption, I had to find a new home and in less than 30 days.
Having also been through a bleak breakup months prior, and finding myself with no pending freelance work and
Awesome Interview! ChoppyWingsWelcome! Today we will be interviewing Choppywings! Our Youngest Interviewee yet!Unique-ArtStyle-Club
Jello! I'm WolvezByte, No one special. We're very thankful you agreed to do the interview! Now before we get into it, tell us a little about yourself!
:iconchoppywings: Answers~ Heyo! My name is Alessia, I'm a fourteen year old girl from Melbourne, Australia. I like spaceships and Rubik's cubes and watching cartoons with a bowl of cereal in the morning.
Q1. How would you Describe your Personality?
:iconChoppywings: Answers~ This is hard for me to answer, I asked some friends and apparently I'm funny and easy-going. If I'm not actually funny, blame them - not me. I think I'm fairly chilled out, I feel like my colourful energetic artwork doesn't quite reflect my relaxed and occasionally downhearted attitude. At the same time I can get very excited about silly things and oft