The reverse of a starAn orange figure is overflying a city in complete silence.More Like This
The figure is a young woman, with orange skin, green eyes and red hair. She wears a purple metallic outfit.
She is known like Starfire, member of the Teen Titans. But this society of heroes has been breaks up some time ago. They were very differents to work together.
She is thinking in what can she do , when the alarm of a museum, starts to sound.
Right away, she changes her direction, and flies to the museum.
She lies down on the roof, and slowly, she entered across an opened window.
She enters into a big room. It has many windows and three doors, all opened. Into the room there are some acidents survivals, but nothing very interesting for a burgler.
Over the ground of the museum, there are some securitys guards, all unconscious. She starts to wal along the corridors, until she hears something.
- - Stupid! What are you doing? - - Shouts the strong voice of a woman
- - Sorry miss, was an aciden
To Create a CharacterAre you starting a story? Do you have an incomplete, flawed, or no character at all? It's happened to me many times and in my struggles to perfect my creations, I have learned a few things. I present you with seven easy steps with a challenge each to get you thinking.More Like This
Grab a piece of paper and a pencil. Let's start
Step 1: Past
When creating a character, you must first establish a past. Even a person with amnesia has a past, they just don't remember it. Pasts are important, they show what shaped the person and why they are the way they are today.
If your character has a scar, why? If they have amnesia, why? If they have a phobia of water, why?
Remember one thing: there is always a reason.
Challenge: Write a brief story (vignette) of your character's past to familiarize yourself with the way things were.
Step 2: Appearance
You may have a certain idea, a vague idea, or no idea at all as to how your character will look. First, think of their
To Fry a MoonfishI. Selene vomerMore Like This
Insert knife beneath the tail.
“We need to talk.”
Draw knife toward head.
a flicker of the eyes
a dash of hope.
“It’s not what you think.”
Open abdomen with fingers.
he draws her away
to a brick wall
and delivers the blow
“We can’t be together.”
Pull out entrails.
he twists her guts
confuses her instincts
before ripping out her heart.
“This isn’t working out.”
Rinse the inside of fish.
“Oh, god, please don’t cry.”
Remove head if preferable.
II. doofus fish
if you leave her right,
she’ll fillet herself—
every beautiful you ever kissed
—into her neck, her skin, her heart—
she’ll try to separate herself,
her from the skeleton self you built
until she’s mere sheets of meat,
lying limp in her own arms
let her te