100Q to Develop a Character100 Questions to Develop a Detailed CharacterMore Like This
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
Which of my OCs are you? (quiz)MingMore Like This
 You believe in God.
 Your favorite color is blue.
 You love swimming.
 Your hair is brown.
 You like to wear bandannas.
 Your eyes are two different colors.
 You are very big/tall.
 You consider yourself a "natural leader".
 You don't take betrayal well.
 You are respected, though mainly because of your size.
 You can speak more than one language.
 You have blue eyes.
 You like visiting other countries.
 You have a sibling.
 You like rock music.
 You love winter.
 You have an older brother.
 You are part of a group.
 You are not very strong.
 You are quick.
 You were born early in the morning.
 You are very independent.
 You don't like to talk about your past.
 You worry a lot.
 You are very agile.
 You are a leader.
 You love nature.
 You have green or green-ish eyes.
 You can be quick-tempered.
 You care about
100 Creatures ChallengeRulesMore Like This
1. Copy the List, and a link to this deviation into your journal so people can see that you are in the challenge. When you have done one of the themes you can put a link to your deviation right next to the creature's name so everyone can see which themes you have done.
2. You can interpret the themes how ever you want.
3. You don't have to draw if you don't want to. It can be photographs, poetry, stories, crafts or whatever you want, as long as it's made by you. If you do photomanipulations using art made by others you need to have permission and give proper credit of course.
4. One creature for every picture/photo/whatever.
5. They can be done in whatever order you choose, and there's no time limit.
6. Write in the comments for your artwork that it's part of the challenge, what theme it is, and add a link to this deviation.
100 Creatures Challenge
1. Vampire - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampires
2. Werewolf - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werewolf
Short Story ChallengeI haven't found a challenge like this so I decided to make one to fit my needs nvnMore Like This
1-Pick a song, a song with a decent amount of lyrics
2-On your I-Pod, or on one of those repeat sites, put the song on repeat
3-Listen to it as many times before you get an idea of a story based on the lyrics/plot to the song
4-Open up a document or a journal entry, you may continue playing the song during writing if you want, and write
5-You can make it a short story of just a page, or you can just write a prologue and somehow continue the story into longer parts, chapters, sections ETC.
6-This is just a writing prompt exercise for fun !!
7-When posting the story, make sure to put the Title of the song and the Artist who wrote it somewhere!!
I may do a contest for this challenge, but for now, you may see some of my stories popping up, especially since I get obsessed with songs and memorize lyrics and such ehe