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Interview Your Character
INTERVIEW YOUR CHARACTER
(YOUNG ADULT VERSION)
CONCEPT:
Choose an original character you have created. All questions must be answered from the character's perspective. The character should remain "in character" throughout the interview. The character may refuse to answer a given question, but must say something in reply to it. The character must answer truthfully, but that does not necessarily mean that their answers must be true, only that the character believes them to be true. Have fun.
CHARACTER:
SETTING:
CATEGORIES:
. DESCRIPTION
. VITAL STATISTICS
. FAMILY
. PERSONALITY
. ABILITIES AND TRAITS
. RELATIONSHIPS
. HISTORY AND INFLUENCES
. BELIEFS
. PERSONAL TASTES AND OPINIONS
. SELF IMAGE
. KEY SOCIAL INFLUENCE
. GOALS AND DREAMS
DESCRIPTION:
1: What is your full name?
2: Do you have a nickname, pseudonym, or alternate identity?
3: How tall are you?
4: How much do you weigh?
5: What kind of build do you have (are you thin, fat, gangly, muscular, etc.)?
6: Describe your hai
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Character Analysis Questions
This is to help you develop your original characters, learn more about them, and and make them into more believable characters. Answer the questions as your CHARACTER would.
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1. What is your full name?
2. Nickname?
3. Hair/Eye Color?
4. Describe your looks. Any interesting things/defects/etc?
5. What were/are your parents like?
6. Do you have any brothers or sisters? How many? Older or younger?
7. What were/are some of the special occasions in your family? (holidays, reunions, picnics, vacations)
8. What is your favorite childhood memory?
9. What is your worst childhood memory?
10. What is/was your relationship with your family like?
11. What schools did you go to?
12. Are you now a member of any clubs, organizations, or religious congregations?
13. What sections of the newspaper do you read? Any magazines?
14. What do you enjoy doing most in your free time?
15. What kind of music do you enjoy listening to?
16. What have you read lately?
17. How old are you? How do you feel about
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100Q to Develop a Character
100 Questions to Develop a Detailed Character
Ever have trouble deciding what side of an argument your character will take? Do you have trouble remembering small details about your character, and often change them accidentally in the middle of a story? Try this list of one hundred questions to solidify your knowledge of your character. Feel free to use this and post it as its own deviation. Just please link it to me in a comment if you do. Try to answer the questions in as much specific detail as possible. This is for you, so there is no use in cheating on it. I would suggest doing two for each character: one for the beginning of your story, and one for the end, to reflect the changes that happen.
1. What is your character's name? Do they have a nickname?
2. Is your character male or female? What is their sexuality? What role does it play in your story?
3. How old is your character? Does their age matter to them emotionally or socially?
4. How tall is your character? Does it affect the
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How to Develop Story Conflict
Conflict is the central element of any story. It’s what keeps us on the edge of our seats and turning page after page until 3:00am. Or, as Wikipedia puts it, narrative conflict is “an inherent incompatibility between the objectives of two or more characters or forces. Conflict creates tension and interest in a story by adding doubt as to the outcome.”
So how do you create this all-important conflict in your stories? Well, it all starts in the development process. There are three basic steps to developing conflict, and they follow a specific logical progression because, ultimately, developing a good story is an exercise in logic. So let’s jump right in.
Step 1) Scope
The first step is drawing the boundaries of your story’s scope. That might seem like a weird place to start, but scope will determine nearly every other aspect of your story.
The key here is to determine what within the world of your story is out of balance.
This imbalan
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Character Development Qstns.
CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT QUESTIONS/ EXERCISES:
1) Is your character likely to trust people in general?  What about strangers?  Or are they more the wary type?  What made them this way?
2) Is your character confrontational?  Would they physically fight another character?  What about being blamed for something they know they deserve blame for?  Would they take it or try to shift the blame to someone else?
3) Let's pretend your character has been kidnapped.  (noes!)  Would they throw a fit and cuss at their captors?  Play dead until an opportunity to escape arises?  Open a can of whoopass and kill everyone?  Or just emptily threaten to while glaring at people?
4) Is your character impulsive or thoughtful?  Are they more likely to charge into battle headfirst with a war cry or make a complicated plan of action first?
5) Many 'strengths' can also be weaknesses depending on th
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gecko-tooth Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for joining :iconocanimalkingdom: ^w^
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Kahroos Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem! ^^
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MightyRaptor Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Hello :icondragonlick:
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Kahroos Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi! How are you?
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MightyRaptor Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Student Digital Artist
good, you?
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Kahroos Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm pretty good!
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lauraacan Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the watch :D I LOVE your screen name btw
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Kahroos Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem! And thank you :heart:
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Vaynese Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch! :hug:
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Kahroos Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem! :hug:
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