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Making Story People

  • Characters must care
  • Characters must have a goal
  • Simple Labels for your characters
  • Friends and Family: your first characters
  • Myers-briggs and character creation
  • http://personalitypage.com/

Making Story People

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Making Characters 0:43
  • Brainstorming Characters 1:41
    • First Thing Everyone Uses for their Character: Yourself
    • First Thing Everyone Uses for their Character: Friends and Family
    • Pitfalls to Using Yourself and People You Know
    • Quickly Overcoming Those Pitfalls
    • Get to Know 'Personalities'
    • 4 Types of Personalities
    • What the Letters Mean
  • Process for Making a Character 9:40
    • Alfred Hitchcock Says
    • Problem With His Statement
    • Imagine Unexpected Actions
    • What Does the Character Care About?
    • Labels
    • Label Examples Bart Simpson
    • Label Examples Hermione Granger
    • Label Examples Luke Skywalker
    • Label Examples Bilbo Baggins
    • Switching Adjectives
  • Assignment 18:19