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Advice, Bad, and Celtic: FOLLOW DESTGNING CHAR ACTERM NAMNG THE CHAKACTER DECIDING CHARACTERS ACKGROU INSERTW6 THEM NTO YOUR FICT UNveRSe DECIDING Γ“N THe ReLATIONSHIP CHARAC the suffering never ends This is the real process Character Ideas: Character creation masterpost Character Alignment Chart More character alignment . . Muslim Character questions . Characters with magical powers Building a new character advice How to create a character for an online or tabletop RPG (also a good guide on creating characters in . Royalty/nobility TV Tropes page Basic character profile Random character generators-(1), D&D Character Building Tool - How clothing affects a character's Character Design Inspiration blog .Concept art, fan art, cool art to be Β· Character design references and . Sources for POC character design . Create your own character model inspiration ideas and models Body and hair types guide Random outfit generator Naming Help: .Amazing site with an endless amount of naming resources General advice on avoiding naming Gothic Victorian names Huge master list for character Masterlist of names of all types including but not limited to ancient/ old world names, Celtic, African, Northern European, Southern and Central American Native names, Japanese, Chinese, Mongolian, . .Another name masterlist . How to pick a character name guide .Yet another names masterlist Creating Background/backstory: . Another character development list In-depth character personality, motivations and traits sheet 320 talents and passions for On writing likes and dislikes that . Why you should write non-human characters non-conforming to the gender binary Stereotypes, tropes, and archetypes . Random backstory generator Assassin and thief character tropes Character Interactions and putting your character into your world/story: .Characters who are scientists and writing about them doing science Describing what different voices Describing skin tones Writing friendship interactions that are platonic Why having one character knock their friend unconscious to prevent them from doing something is a bad . Advice on shipping OCs with canon characters and what to avoid doing Sweet Polly Oliver and Sweet on Polly Oliver situations (think of Disney's Mulan for an example) How to write multiple viewpoints/ juggling a main cast of more than 4 How to make readers care about your morally gray hero/anti-hero On platonic OC and canon character relationships . How to avoid Godmodding in RPs : When it's cheap to kill off a character Writing dia Things you shouldn't do to canorn characters Avoiding purple prose in writing and Dialogue tips . Websites to chart your story plot/ character relationships Bonus art masterlist BLESS EVERYONE IN THIS POST I will always reblog this!
Anaconda, Books, and Climbing: DRAWING PROMPTS: ACTIONS DRAW YOUR CHARACTER 26. Laughing 27. Throwing 28. Catching 29. Cooking 30. Cleaning 31. Examining 32. Giving 33. Taking 34. Calling (to someone, on the phone) 35. Listening to music 36. Playing a musical instrument 37. Petting an animal 38. Shooting (bow & arrow, slingshot) 39. Putting on something (jacket, shoes) 40. Reading 41. Watching (people, tv, movie) 42. Knitting 43. Blocking (someone, something) 44. Dancing 45. Bumping (into someone, something) 46. Hanging (upside down, on a clif) 47. Posing 48. Bowing 49. Waiting 50. Clapping 51. Kicking 52. Punching 53. Doing Yoga 54. Gathering 55. Fishing 56. Gardening 57. Cycling 58. Piggyback riding 59. Bug catching 60. Ghost hunting 61. Yo-yoing 62. Swinging on swings 63. Snowball fighting 76. Running 77. Showing 78. Pushing 79. Pulling 80. Sewing 81. Writing 82. Sneaking 83. Holding (lowers, hands) 84. Balancing 85. Fingernail painting 86. Tying (tie, bandage, bow) 87. Pointing 88. Crawling 89. Playing poker 90. Stabbing 91. Driving 92. Brushing teeth 1. Jumping 2. Falling 3. Sitting 4. Talking 5. Walking 6. Eating 8. Thinking 9. Singing 10. Crying 11. Searching 12. Reaching 13. Climbing 64. Juggling 15. Shopping 16. Swimming 17. Carrying 18. Cheering 19. Hugging 20. High-fiving 21. Fighting 22. Hula hooping 23. Lecturing 65. Playing ping pong 66. Raking leaves 67. Ice skating 68. Playing video games 69. Horseback riding 70. Kissing 71. Vomiting 72. Web surfing 73. Taking pictures 74. Handstanding 75. Kite flying 93. Stacking (books, cards) 94. Drawing 95. Dropping something 96. Picking something up 97. Fixing something 98. Exercising 99. Stretching 100. Stargazing 25. Shouting salison.tumblr.com <p><a href="http://salison.tumblr.com/post/135086220266/rather-than-drawing-your-character-standing-there" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">salison</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Rather than drawing your character standing there doing nothing over and over again, here’s 100 other ideas to put them in action and challenge yourself as an artist.<br/></p></blockquote>

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Anaconda, Books, and Climbing: DRAWING PROMPTS: ACTIONS DRAW YOUR CHARACTER 26. Laughing 27. Throwing 28. Catching 29. Cooking 30. Cleaning 31. Examining 32. Giving 33. Taking 34. Calling (to someone, on the phone) 35. Listening to music 36. Playing a musical instrument 37. Petting an animal 38. Shooting (bow & arrow, slingshot) 39. Putting on something (jacket, shoes) 40. Reading 41. Watching (people, tv, movie) 42. Knitting 43. Blocking (someone, something) 44. Dancing 45. Bumping (into someone, something) 46. Hanging (upside down, on a clif) 47. Posing 48. Bowing 49. Waiting 50. Clapping 51. Kicking 52. Punching 53. Doing Yoga 54. Gathering 55. Fishing 56. Gardening 57. Cycling 58. Piggyback riding 59. Bug catching 60. Ghost hunting 61. Yo-yoing 62. Swinging on swings 63. Snowball fighting 76. Running 77. Showing 78. Pushing 79. Pulling 80. Sewing 81. Writing 82. Sneaking 83. Holding (lowers, hands) 84. Balancing 85. Fingernail painting 86. Tying (tie, bandage, bow) 87. Pointing 88. Crawling 89. Playing poker 90. Stabbing 91. Driving 92. Brushing teeth 1. Jumping 2. Falling 3. Sitting 4. Talking 5. Walking 6. Eating 8. Thinking 9. Singing 10. Crying 11. Searching 12. Reaching 13. Climbing 64. Juggling 15. Shopping 16. Swimming 17. Carrying 18. Cheering 19. Hugging 20. High-fiving 21. Fighting 22. Hula hooping 23. Lecturing 65. Playing ping pong 66. Raking leaves 67. Ice skating 68. Playing video games 69. Horseback riding 70. Kissing 71. Vomiting 72. Web surfing 73. Taking pictures 74. Handstanding 75. Kite flying 93. Stacking (books, cards) 94. Drawing 95. Dropping something 96. Picking something up 97. Fixing something 98. Exercising 99. Stretching 100. Stargazing 25. Shouting salison.tumblr.com <p><a href="http://salison.tumblr.com/post/135086220266/rather-than-drawing-your-character-standing-there" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">salison</a>:</p><blockquote><p>Rather than drawing your character standing there doing nothing over and over again, here’s 100 other ideas to put them in action and challenge yourself as an artist.<br/></p></blockquote>

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Memes, Playboy, and Poison Ivy: AMAN "50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" - 2005: Batgirl Begins: In September 2004, a new Batman centric animated show aired on Kids' WB called 'The Batman', created by Michael Goguen and Duane Capizzi. 'The Batman' follows Bruce Wayne in his apparent 3rd year of being Batman in Gotham City, juggling between fighting colorful villains such as The Joker and Penguin and being a playboy billionaire in his early 20s. Not set within the first DC Animated Universe created by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Alan Burnett and others, 'The Batman' featured character designs by Japanese-American concept artist Jeff Matsuda. While keeping the same values the Caped Crusader, his allies and infamous rogues gallery sustained over several decades, Matsuda gave a sleek re-design that still presented a mysterious crime drama for a younger audience to appreciate. The original Batgirl returned to the small animated screen in this series, debuting in the two part episode "Batgirl Begins", originally debuting in September 2005. When Barbara Gordon's (voiced by Danielle Judovits) father, Commissioner Gordon, is tied up in the thorny clutches of environmentalist Pamela Isley aka Poison Ivy, Barbara transforms into the new young vigilante Batgirl in order to save her father and stop her friend. While Batman is reluctant to seek help from this new crime fighter and does his best for Batgirl to not deduce that Bruce Wayne and Batman are one in the same, throughout the series Batgirl cements her place within the Batman Family. βœŒπŸΌπŸ’œπŸ’›πŸ“–πŸŽ¨πŸŽ‰

"50 Tales for 50 Years: A Celebration of Barbara Gordon" - 2005: Batgirl Begins: In September 2004, a new Batman centric animated show aired...