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 everyone! Welcome to this week’s What the Bleep am I doing?! An Artist’s Guide to all things creative. This week I’m talking about something that usually is one of the most difficult things for an author: character building. Oh, how I can just hear my fellow authors groan now.
Writers block. Any writer’s worst enemy. That dreaded feeling of not knowing what comes next and it feels like that little annoying curser is mocking you with each blink. But worry about writers block no longer my friends. Because, I have a pretty helpful solution!
A video game fully based on an anime. On top of that, a video game based on an anime that I absolutely love. I gotta say, this game was such a pleasure to play.
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