How To: Regain Inspiration In A Lost Muse.
*These are only my personal views and experiences. Not everything works for everyone, but I hope that it helps you at least a little.
I’m not sure if anyone has written something like this before and if it has then that’s even better. I like to think that it’s nice to look at things from different view points and perspectives to get a fresh new idea on how to do things. If you enjoy this a like would be much appreciated. Not for the notes, but it is always nice to know that I helped someone in anyway.
There are even more actresses, these are just the first 100+ that came to mind. The FCs are separated by grades. Each actress is put into the youngest grade they can pass for, but most can pass for older. This is all a personal opinion. This list may be added to.
On Hinduism: Hindu people look at their religious life as a continuous and eternal existence rather than just a religion; a way of life. It contains a collection of obligations and customs known as dharma which exceed the recent Christian and Western secularist tendency to see religion as a system of beliefs. It has a wide range of concepts including; karma, methods to attain salvation, and spiritual release.
When creating a character, there’s a lot of questions you ask yourself. Whether it’s an original character or one you’ve been playing for a long time, using a character sheet to get to know your character better can always be a nice idea. With it’s help, you’ll be able to think about things you didn’t necesarily thought about, and ask some important questions to yourself that might activate your character’s voice, or help you to get your muse back with them. Everyone has their favorite character sheets, some people prefer to have a lot of questions, some others like it a bit more vague, so here’s a masterlist of the character sheets I found on various websites and found quite interesting, plus some other things that could be used to help you see, for example, how other character view yours.
- Blank Character Sheet (+370 Questions)
- Abridged Character Sheet (100 Questions)
- Big-Ass Character Sheet
- Character Creation Form
- Character Sheet by Jody Hedlund
- Creating a character Bio Sheet
- Character Analysis Worksheet
- 100 Character Development questions for writers
- Create a Character Profile
- Character Development Worksheet
- Original Character Bio-Sheet
- Character Chart for Fiction Writers
- A Character Chart By Charlotte Dillon
- Fiction Writer’s Character Chart
- Detailed Character Sheet
- Character Sheet Template
- Character Twenty-Question Worksheet
- In-Depth Character Sheet
- Character Worksheet
- Character Interview Sheet (First Person)
- Background Questionnaire (First Person)
- Characters Perceptions (How do other people perceive your character?)
- A lot of questions to develop your character here
Then, if you’re trying to create a character, and do not have many ideas, or get stuck, I’d suggest for you to roam around TVTropes, which gives you a lot of tropes used for character creation. Maybe you could try to mix a few of these and create an original character?
Or, if you’re a skillful writer and know how to make your character different from another, make a list of characters in fiction you happen to find interesting and why. Try to keep it short. Then, maybe, try to mix and match things from two or three characters, take a character and change their backstory, to see what would change. Play with them to inspire yourself and create something new, original and truly yours.
Oh, and here’s a little guide to Mary-Sues and OCs, just in case you want to make sure your character isn’t going to become a Mary-Sue or a Gary-Stu
And last but not least, this article about building fictional character definitely seemed interesting to me, and is full of many other links that could guide you during the creating of your character and help you file one of these sheets.
One of the characters I’m creating is a fashion designer, and while I noticed that it seems a pretty popular job for many characters, I don’t know if everyone did their research and things, so, well, maybe sharing mine won’t hurt? Here’s a little list of links to help you to get to know this job better, find some new infos, and some other links that will lead you to nice blogs about fashion design, haute couture and drawings that you could use for a character’s sketchbook.
- Job Profile
- Job Description
- Job Profile
- Career: Fashion Designer
- 15 Common fashion job interview questions
- A Fashion Designer’s career interview
- How to become a Fashion Designer?
- Wikipedia tells you what Fashion Design is
- List of designers and their creations (London Fashion Week)
- Fashion Designer directory
- Fashion Illustrations by Hayden Williams
- Fashion Sketches on pinterest
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Here are 100 FC’s who are 20 or younger for your roleplay needs. There are guys and girls on the list.
Para Prompts & Ideas -
Below the cut is a list of ideas that could be used for an interesting para. This list was compiled by looking through old paras of mine and a few of my friends, and by searching date ideas/party ideas on google. Any of these can be used to para with other people in your RP or used for self paras, they are merely meant to be things to inspire you and get you writing.
100+ Males Who Can Pass For High Schoolers
There are even more actors, these are just the first 100+ that came to mind. The FCs are separated by grades. Each actor is put into the youngest grade they can pass for, but most can pass for older. This is all a personal opinion. This list may be added to.