Credit Liz Westreused under Creative Commons In one of my previous posts I talked about how I use character biographies for my book. I skimmed over the details what a character biography is, how to put one together and why they are so useful. What is a character biography? A character biography is the sum total of everything you can think of about one of your characters.
Your Twitter bio can be a lot of things. But one thing it has to be is short: Get it right, you get followed. Get it wrong, tumbleweed… Now, there are tonnes of guides out there that teach you how to craft the perfect Twitter bio.
Another on Buffer Social. Most agree on the main things your Twitter bio should say: Your profession — Marketer.
These things help potential followers instantly know what you do. Number of super yachts. These things help potential followers think that what you say might be worth hearing. And personal stuff — Grandfather.
These things engage potential followers on more than just a professional level. These guides also include advice on what not to say: This compilation of funny Twitter bios will tickle you.
But there is a profession that employs the same rapid-fire, staccato style to describe people: And the tricks the best Hollywood screenwriters use to craft evocative, memorable, ultra concise character descriptions are wonderful sources of inspiration for your Twitter bio.
What are Character Descriptions? Here are a few: Most scripts are under pages, 1 page representing 1 minute of screentime Tone of voice: Present tense only, people Format: Scene headings, action, and dialogue only Screenwriters are also only supposed to write about what we see on screen.
Note how short this is most character descriptions are two or three lines tops. And anything they wear that stands out in this case, spectacles to indicate that Ed is bookish.
Now, your name and photo should take care of telling people who you are and what you look like, even your age. In the unfilmable moral insights and backstory stuff that screenwriters sprinkle over their character descriptions to bring those characters to life.
Instantly you can visualise the die-hard, erudite hippie. Here are two made up examples: Probably the worst tweeter on the planet. Probably the coolest peg salesman on the planet.
Matt is great at his job, but not quite such a great human being. And most of us have areas where we excel at work or as human beings ; and areas where we are sadly lacking at work or as human beings.
And using this contrast — with sincerity or humour — is a neat way to frame your Twitter bio. Here are a two totally fictional examples to get you thinking: But some of the best — meaning followerable and memorable — Twitter bios are just a few words.
And some of the best — and most followerable and memorable — character descriptions have been equally succinct. Here is how the script Jedi introduced Teddy:Print this page to complete the form for each main character you create.
IMPORTANT: Note that all fields are optional and should be used simply as a guide; character charts should inspire you to think about your character in new ways, rather than constrain your writing.
Write a paragraph (~ words) of the character describing him/herself. Oct 24, · How to write a character biography Now that we’ve established that profiles are a good idea, how do you go about putting one together? Get into the right mindset beforehand.
Character Biography Template One of the essential elements of fiction writing is characterization which is defined as making characters seem real. This is an important task if . Sep 30, · How to Write Character Profiles for Anime Characters. Many anime characters have been created, but only a few manage to be "perfect" characters.
What makes a character truly draw you in and hold you securely at attention, refusing to 88%(). Contents[show] Welcome to Cartoon Characters Wiki this is a wiki about cartoon characters from any franchise that any one can edit or add to Help Wanted This wiki is unbelievably small considering the topic.
There at hundreds of thousands of cartoon characters in the world and everybody has a. Do you write in character quirks, stories or use the bio page for something else - or not even use it at all? I wrote Lau'wen's bio before release (it gets tweaked on the change of a new ship/event - I've hit the character limit now)and have written a bio for every single one of my bridge officers since release.