You. Are. A. Bloody. Moron!” I huff out with what breath I have left as I try my hardest to race through the tangled vines and mud while dragging along an unconscious Prince of Glomas….
“‘It’ll be easy,’ he said.” I fume as my world tilts to the left…I never knew how truly tall these silver Mudberry trees were until now. “‘An in and out … Continue reading Prince of Thieves Ch. 1 Excerpt
The way you make a personality of an Antagonist is not unlike how you work on the Protagonist. They must also stick out, but for a severely different reason. There are so many ways you can play up the Antagonist. From making them just pure evil from the get-go, or my favorite method—having them go down the path of corruption bit by bit until they are completely trapped and have no other option. This also gives them a lot of depth too.
Hey guys, welcome to this week’s What the Bleep Am I Doing?! Rebel’s Guide To: This time I’m going to be sharing some tips on making a good protagonist for your story. Specifically the main protagonist. About time I give a WTB on a writing subject again eh? Well, let’s get started with it, shall we?