the cameo list (permission?)mostly just here to keep track of faces that I wanna use here and there, lmao. None of these characters are necessarily going to do much, but in a story like this, in order to flesh out this AU, I kinda need background faces? Yeah. XD
:iconnadjagreen: Antarctica / Jerri - Science
:iconhatofulhato: Manila / Lorenzo - Science
:iconkirinkv: Manila / Gabriella - Mathematics
:icone-chan12: Philippines / Mariella - Reception
:iconangelliyesmadirector: Philippines / Lia (nickname seeing as we already have a Rosalia) - Cafeteria
Most of these will just be regular students that may pop up in classroom/school scenes during the day. Some will be going to the school that Lovino/Kiku/etc go to, but others may be students at Cahaya's school. Some of them may also have part-time jobs at the Mall where the Mall Dwellers reside. Either way, these Giants don't really have any knowledge of Dwellers actually existing, though some might believe in the 'tiny people
Nobody Loves My Character!Nobody Loves My Character!2 years ago in Writing More Like This
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Disclaimer: This is a troubleshooting guide, and it doesn't necessarily cover every possible solution. It's based on my own experience, and not every idea may fit every character or work. Please use your common sense and personal taste when applying this information. Thanks for reading!
It's every writer's nightmare: your characters, after all the things you've put them through and all the months or years they've inhabited your head, have been eagerly displayed to the public and received an unenthusiastic response. Your audience has not been enchanted. They do not drool, fall hopelessly in love, or draw fan art in droves. They don't even pick favorite characters or whine for more information! You've failed. Nobody understands your characters. Nobody understands you.
...Wait a second. Try again?
Deviants who regularly post OC stories and art are lucky: their relationship with their audien
Hetalia OC Mary-Sue Test - Malta_______________________________Hetalia OC Mary-Sue Test - Malta2 years ago in Literature Templates More Like This
1. For every "x" add up one point unless the question says to add more.
2. The lower ones lower your already added up score for every "x" in those statements.
3. Be honest. The questions aren't a "sometimes" or a "maybe". For example:
-Your character is happy and cheerful. You maybe NOT "x" this out and then say your reasoning for this is "sometimes she's happy" or "only around close friends" or "when she's around Italy/Germany/Denmark/etc." Either he/she are happy or not. No in-betweens.
4. Be truthful. NO ONE likes a liar. This is test to help you better your OC so you've got to be honest.
1. [ ] They are an African/ South American country and are white.
2. [ ] They have a curl similar or like Italy's or Romano's
3. [ ] They have England eyebrows or an America curl.
4. [ ] They have a curl or an ahoge that is similar to a canon character's curl/ahoge or something that a canon character already has. (Example: Curl, ban
Hetalia OC TemplateA few people have asked me if they can use the same template-thing I use for my OCs, and to make it easier for everyone who wants to, I made a blank one.Hetalia OC Template1 year ago in Literature Templates More Like This
Feel free to add or take away any of these to suit your liking.
Official Country Name: (What they represent. If it's not a country, replace this with province/state/etc.)
Capitol: (The capitol of your country.)
Languages: (Official languages of your country, as well as any other reasonable languages they personally speak. For example, America has English, but many people speak Spanish too, so it would make sense for him to know it as well.)
Government: (What form of government do they have?)
Legal System: (What form of legal system do they have?)
Name: (Their human name.)
Meaning: (The meaning of their name, and/or reasoning behind that name. For example, Russia's name, Ivan, may come from Ivan the Great, or Ivan the Terrible.)
Sources For Creating Hetalia OCsINTRODUCTIONSources For Creating Hetalia OCs1 year ago in Literature Templates More Like This
So, you want to make a Hetalia OC? Awesome! They can be super fun, but super challenging, too. They are personifications. To personify something is to represent something, in this case, the embodiment of a country, as a human. Personifying a whole country? If that doesn't sound a bit overwhelming, you're either a pro, or you're a good OC maker!
Why? Because it means you respect what it takes. The thing with Hetalia is, it's supposed to be based off of history, culture, stereotypes, and everything that makes a country unique. It's a lot to handle.
Which is why I've created this: A list of sources for building a Hetalia OC.
Average heights by country
Why it's Important: It's canon to base your character's height off of the country's average. If you cannot find the average height of what your character represents, you can use an averag