The last of the “big four” personality theories is that of the Humanistic school of thought.
I usually only pick one of the big contributors in each of the major schools of thought to give you the gist of the approach, but for this one I want to include two ...
Our friend Genejoke has brought back his community comic “Lite Bites”.
What say you, Genejoke?
'ello, Genejoke here. You might have noticed that over the last couple of weeks I've been posting daily updates of a comic called Lite bites.
Hands up if you remember Lite Bites?
Okay that ...
This might be a simple question, but I think it’s much deeper than most think.
Characters, whether they’re our own or not, have an origin, have traits, personalities, ideas, morals and goals. Each one is different and all of them share a similarity: their creator.
We can all ...
When talking about personality, one must mention Freud.
pictured here with a small cigar.
Yes, even me. (Anyone who knows me knows I'm not a fan)
Despite my personal thoughts about his theory, mad props and respect has to be given to Sigmund Freud for being one of the ...
When writing and drawing comics, facial expression and body language can sell and reinforce character, tone and story.
A smiling face can say as much as their words about what's going on in the moment, and in the character's emotions.
But what about a sarcastic smile? Or sarcastic ...
Last week I talked about what kind of stuff to stick in the middle section of stories.
Here's a tangent I found myself on, about the actual halfway mark:
Well, the middle bit almost always contains the actual halfway point of the story. In many stories this is a ...
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Today we're interviewing Bluecuts34 who is one of the crew assembling the DD horror anthology to raise money for Drunk Duck! They are the author of ...