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Forget about hair color and broad shoulders and kissable lips.The best stories have characters  that are complex,  well drawn and have such interesting inner and outer struggles that readers can’t help but be fascinated by them.   There are hundreds of ways to develop character, from figuring out their favorite ice cream flavors to starting … Continue reading #Top10Tuesday Top 20 Things To Give Your Characters That Will Make Them More Vivid →

Forget about hair color and broad shoulders and kissable lips.The best stories have characters that are complex, well drawn and have such interesting inner and outer struggles that readers can’t help but be fascinated by them. There are hundreds of ways to develop character, from figuring out their favorite ice cream flavors to starting … Continue reading #Top10Tuesday Top 20 Things To Give Your Characters That Will Make Them More Vivid →

45 Epic Blender Tutorials

45 Epic Blender Tutorials

Blender3D Cycles Candy by mclelun Cursos y mas en: http://linformatik.es/blog/category/cursos/?lang=es

Blender3D Cycles Candy by mclelun Cursos y mas en: http://linformatik.es/blog/category/cursos/?lang=es

Making grass in Cycles - Tutorial by DeargRuadher

Making grass in Cycles - Tutorial by DeargRuadher

MASTER LIST of ROMANTIC CONFLICTS for writers #writing #writingtips #nanowrimo

MASTER LIST of ROMANTIC CONFLICTS for writers #writing #writingtips #nanowrimo

Character development makes your characters interesting and three-dimensional. Read these 9 tips for writing great character arcs.

Character development makes your characters interesting and three-dimensional. Read these 9 tips for writing great character arcs.

Since I started this blog, I've been trying to figure out something that I could do that hasn't been done a thousand times before. All the...

Since I started this blog, I've been trying to figure out something that I could do that hasn't been done a thousand times before. All the...

Labios y nariz

Labios y nariz

To write a good story, start with a real struggle - Chris Guillebeau (graphic by Tom Gauld)

To write a good story, start with a real struggle - Chris Guillebeau (graphic by Tom Gauld)