Yes, you had fallen for the doctor. His paranoid charm and his rare, calm and sarcastic smiles would always bring an embarrassing pink on your face. His sweet yet tired hazelnut-brown eyes were always focused on his work, glowing f
1.First, start out with just your imagination. Imagine the character in your head, their gender, appearance, attitudes and so forth. Try to make this character as real as possible, observe your friends and others and get inspired by their attitudes or incorporate your attitude into the character.
2.Uniqueness is everything, so try not to make the character too cliche or mediocre. Instead, give your character certain traits or something will make them more memorable. It could be the certain quirk in their behavior or a physical characteristc whether it is the way they walk, talk, or interact with others. Flaws and unique traits in a character only make them appear more real and fleshed out, rather than flat and boring.
3. If you are having difficulties creating a character of the opposite sex (i used to have that issue) try observing any friends you have that may be of the opposi