Episode 10 - Getting to know you! Believability and consistency as the keys to developing character integrity

June 01, 2014 00:13:51
Episode 10 - Getting to know you! Believability and consistency as the keys to developing character integrity
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Episode 10 - Getting to know you! Believability and consistency as the keys to developing character integrity
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This episode introduces the core requirements for good character development: character integrity and individuality. We will look at individuality next time, but in this episode we look at how making a character believable, and keeping them consistent are the keys to successful characterisation.

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