Getting Worked Up rantTo all the shit heads out there that get worked up over my opinion, well you're probably going to get worked up over this rant.
First off, isn't funny nowadays how people get worked up on how they disagree with you? It makes me giggle. Listen, I'll be the first to admit it, in my rants, I'm pretty harsh about certain things, but guys come on, it's just a joke. It's just funny shit really, getting your fuckin underwear in a bunch over nothing, well for me it's entertaining, but really? Like I've had people call me names, pretty much typical hard name calling, yea I'll give it right back sometimes, but sometimes I don't even respond because I'm doing that person and myself a favor. Am I ever going to see these people on dA in real life? No. Are they ever going to see me? No. I can see why people wpuld get mad, but if it's to the point where you want to puch your computer screen...I think someone's got some issuse...
For me, I h
NekoJonez - 10 writing tips #2NekoJonez Writing tips #2NekoJonez - 10 writing tips #23 years ago in Writing More Like This
1) Try to develop a writers intuition. Get to know your own writing style by reading over your old work. Read over your old work and look at it with a "trying to improve" attitude. Maybe it gives some new ideas for the future.
2) When planning out a plotline always ask questions at each plot point. "Why is that character that way ?", "Can he really do that?" or "When did the actual crime happened?" That way you make sure you explain everything.
3) Be proud once in a while of your work. Really. You can always read over your old work and add in new ideas that you didn't see the first time. But that doesn't mean that the work you made then is bad. Heck no, when you were happy with it back then Why be sad about it now?
4) Practice your writing often A good test is asking 3 subjects from a friend Random ones and then try to make a story out of it.
5) Give different styles a go once in a while. Only wri
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1) Think about your characters. Introducing filler characters for the sake of one task is foolish. It's better if you use a certain character consistent. Like a Quest Seller, that appears more than once. What I am saying here is Don't introduce a filler character for the sake of one action.
2) If you have a writer's block Let your characters make a walk and make them have a look back in what happened. Maybe you have started a plot line somewhere that you can continue now.
3) Make notes, really.. A notebook with as much information as possible is handy. Also when the information seems useless at first.
4) While writing, listen to music that is in the genre you are writing. If you are writing drama, listen to dramatic music. Adventure well, start playing the Tomb Raider OST. Exploration Well start up those Zelda tunes.
5) Try to write these kinds of tutorials once in a while, why are they handy ? Well, you start t