Great infographic for creating multi-dimensional fictional characters. Save this chart to help you flesh out your characters. #writingtips #writingbiz:

Great infographic for creating multi-dimensional fictional characters. Save this chart to help you flesh out your characters. #writingtips #writingbiz:

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Need to simple way develop your characters for your next story? Here's a character development worksheet for future reference.

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Four Types of Character Motivations: Basic, Noble, Evil, Fear | How to Create Character Motivations That Will Rivet Your Readers via ShesNovel.com

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Villain(ess) - 39 Motivations. To write the next Great American novel, you need a great villain. But villains are tricky. What motivates a person to be so evil? Why should I believe in your villain? Click through to get more on each motivation and learn to create an enduring villain(ess) like Cruella de Ville or Darth Vader. http://www.darcypattison.com/revision/villain-motivations/

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Even if you adore your protagonist and loathe your antagonist, it is important to remember that nobody is perfectly good, or perfectly evil. Every character will have positive and negative...

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Black Hair Girl Faces - Create A Character Series - Cute Digital Clipart - Commercial Use OK - Mix & Match Sets to Create Your Own Character

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Answer all these questions and you should have a fully-developed character for your audience to connect with. A strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters.

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