Episode 11 - Creating the individual character

June 13, 2014 00:10:38
Episode 11 - Creating the individual character
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Episode 11 - Creating the individual character
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Show Notes

In the last episode we looked at character integrity and how this is founded on 1.Believability/plausibility and 2. The character as an individual. In this episode I'm going to start to look at how a character can become an individual, focusing on descriptive markers and character weaknesses.

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