Describing an ActionWays to Say ItDescribing an Action4 years ago in Writing More Like This
"He opened the door."
He burst into the room.
He felt the door give way.
He watched his own hands struggle against the door as they pushed it open.
He saw a group of people pan into view as the door eased open.
He couldn't remember pushing his way through the door after he had stumbled into the room.
He was barely aware of himself opening the door.
He couldn't stop himself from nudging the door open.
He might as well wear a friendly countenance now that he was opening the door.
The door opened.
The door swung open.
The door was opening.
The door was being opened.
The door creaked when he pushed it open.
The door led him into a warm, crowded room.
The heavy wooden door finally gave way, and he was soon easing himself past it.
His hand found the door, and he turned the knob and walked through.
The handle felt icy in his fingers as he opened the door.
The sound of a door swinging open caused her to jump.
Before he knew it, he was already pushing aside the door.
Thoughts on Character DesignThoughts on Character Design1 year ago in Other More Like This
Hi! This is Chivi-chivik Mangaka! and these are some thoughts on a matter that needs to be commented!
NOTE 1: Sorry for my English and any typo I've probably made.
NOTE 2: If I forgot something, please tell me!
NOTE 3: This is aimed at visuals more than literature. I don't know if this will be of some use if you write.
NOTE 4: I'm still learning from these thoughts. I'm not perfect.
I've been on DeviantART for some years already and on Internet who knows how much, but I see how people fails at character design. They often are repetitive or with extremely old concepts that don't give anything new.
This is not an straight guide: I will show and share some thoughts, advice and knowledge about the subject. You don't need to take them into consideration if you're against them.
Myths and main problems
"The coolest the design, the coolest the character"
This is a huge mistake that most