Photographer of the month #15 - JencusHow are you doing, fancy photographers?More Like This
If you missed last month's interview with Simply Random make sure you check it out here: http://fav.me/d7871ig
This month's special photographer is the talented Jencus from Singapore! He pays special attention for detail, accuracy and background, which make his photos exceptional!
KWC: Introduce yourself, what's your name, age and what do you do?
Jencus: Hi, I’m Jencus from Singapore. Started off as a hobbyist in landscape photography in 2012 and fell in love with cosplay photography since 2013. Currently, I am working as a trader in financial markets.
CN: Nanami Evans
KWC: What is your favorite game/manga/anime/comic/movie?
Jencus: Favorite (ex..)game will have to be World of Warcraft! Have to force myself to quit due to over addiction.. =X
As for favorite mangas/anime.. Naruto, One piece, Gintama, Kill la Kill, Log Horizon, SAO, Magi, Bers
Character QuestionnaireMore Like This
Convenient location for consolidating facts (986 mg)
Useful reminders (310 mg)
Advice (127 mg)
This is a questionnaire meant for recording important information in a convenient place to facilitate consistency.
Copy and paste text into a Sta.sh Writer, .txt, or Microsoft Word document. Highlight information after the colons and type over it. When writing, record facts about your character here to keep track of them.
The questionnaire is not a substitute for proper character development.
Do not use if you have not written any scenes with this character.
Stop and ask a doctor if you find yourself uncertain about what the answers to many of these questions are.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away, and purchase a new computer.
Help! I have a Mary Sue!More Like This
You know that you have a Mary Sue when she upsets the monochromatic color scheme of my Writer's Guides.
Mouse over blue text to see a note.
Internet communities often lash out at writers who create Mary Sues. Declaring the writing to be below their standards, they proceed to punish the creators. They mock the characters, verbally abuse the writers, and write hyperbolically about how much they wish the characters would die.
Bullying writers (who may be very young) is only going to make them afraid to write—and therefore improve—or share their work. Not only that, but it discourages other writers from speaking for fear of public mockery, and it may silence the voices that could someday become great.
If you've directly or indirectly suffered from the abuse of such individuals, let me first apologize on their behalf. I don't care if your story stinks so much that it can be smelled from fifty miles away; mocking you
Why Grammar MattersSpellingMore Like This
She tucked the little girl under the blankets.
She fucked the little girl under the blankets.
"Go ahead, turn me in! See what happens!"
(Someone's in trouble...)
"Go ahead, turn me on! See what happens!"
(That sentence just took on a whole new meaning with a one letter difference...)
"Let's eat, Grandma!"
"Let's eat Grandma!"
(No! Not Grandma!)
"I really hate her, mom."
(Aw, trouble with bullies perhaps?)
"I really hate her mom."
(Is her mom mean or something?)
"I've got two!"
"I've got to!"
(You've got to- what? Check your spelling?"
She checked the front steps to see if her mail had come in.
She checked the front steps to see if her male had come in.
(You can order guys in the mail now? Creepy!)
Please, I beg you, check your grammar before posting things online. Honestly, is it that h
The Super Quick Character Dialogue ExerciseThis exercise is designed to help you develop your character’s “voice” in your story. It will hopefully allow you to become familiar with the way that your character speaks as you work on writing dialogue. Try your best to answer each section as you feel your character would answer. Have fun!More Like This
GREETINGS AND ADDRESSES
1. Greeting: (This is how your character says ‘hello.’)
2. Way of Saying Goodbye: (This is how your character says 'goodbye.')
3. Introduction: (This is how your character introduces himself or herself.)
4. Nicknames: (Any alternate names that your character goes by. You can include why.)
5. Addressing Family: (This is how your character addresses and refers to family members. Ex: Mom, my mother, etc.)
6. Addressing Authority Figures: (This is how your character addresses and refers to authority figures [people who are above them]. Ex: Mr. Smith, ma’am, etc.)
7. Addressing Close/Best Fri