Faint: How to Build an Interesting Character?
Faint: A New Character is Born 😇
Faint is today’s inspiration for the featured artwork. I used it as a noun and interrupted it as weak and dizzy; close to losing consciousness. Also, if you wanted to know, a noun is the part of speech that names a person, place, thing, or idea.
Let me introduce Mike to you! He is brave, adventurous and never backs down from a challenge. Be that as it may, he is lying unconscious from some sort of wild occurrence. Unlike many others, he is active and tries to keep his weight down. With this in mind, we can only guess what had happened and stay tuned for the next blog post to find out more!? 🤸
In the light of this story, I’ve shown you a bit of his personality. By the same token, if you want to create a character, then make a simple list. With this intention, list good and bad qualities. As a matter of fact, I plan to add more to his personality, style and appearance. In the long run, if you stick around I’ll show you how to creating an interesting character for your story! 😍
Hey why not let me know ⁉️
The other day, I recorded a short time-lapse of me drawing, Dragon Egg: How to be Inspired? Please let me know what you think? Was it useful or I can improve something? Also, let me know if this should the video be short or long? In contrast, my earlier post Panacea: The Story that Could of Been? I wrote it in a different format, as compared to above, which do you prefer?
In the light of my creations, I want to see your creations in the comments below. Also, my grammar and English isn’t that good either, if you see something odd, please let me know!? Moreover, if you haven’t already read about me, head over to my about page or Who I Am and Why I’m here? If you like what you see, please like, re-blog and follow for more inspiration! ¯¯\_(ツ)_/¯