The most important moment in your story is your character's breaking point. Discover how to time the breaking point so it accomplishes everything it must. *

The most important moment in your story is your character's breaking point. Discover how to time the breaking point so it accomplishes everything it must. *

Blam! (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein. The artwork is pop art. Vibrant colours, flat imagery, pronounced lines, similar to comics in appearance, used things from popular media, and celebrities or fictional characters. Lichtenstein used all except the usage of people in this artwork.

Blam! (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein. The artwork is pop art. Vibrant colours, flat imagery, pronounced lines, similar to comics in appearance, used things from popular media, and celebrities or fictional characters. Lichtenstein used all except the usage of people in this artwork.

One of the most common issues I hear from clients regarding their space is that it's lacking something, and they just can't put their finger on it. They usually try to define the lack by using words like flat, blah, no character, uninviting, but the truth is it's lacking life! So today I want to share with you some quick easy tips to help bring life into any space. { Read More }

5 Easy Steps to Bring a Room to Life

One of the most common issues I hear from clients regarding their space is that it's lacking something, and they just can't put their finger on it. They usually try to define the lack by using words like flat, blah, no character, uninviting, but the truth is it's lacking life! So today I want to share with you some quick easy tips to help bring life into any space. { Read More }

Character Lecture Notes and Activities: This document outlines character for your fiction, novel or short story unit, like round and flat characters, static and dynamic characterizations, protagonist and antagonist. Included are activities such as graphic organizers to define characterization, a Character Trait wall group activity to build physical, emotional and intellectual traits, even generic characterization questions that work for any short story or novel. Grades 6-12. $

Character Lecture notes and Character Trait activities

Character Lecture Notes and Activities: This document outlines character for your fiction, novel or short story unit, like round and flat characters, static and dynamic characterizations, protagonist and antagonist. Included are activities such as graphic organizers to define characterization, a Character Trait wall group activity to build physical, emotional and intellectual traits, even generic characterization questions that work for any short story or novel. Grades 6-12. $

Character Terms: Find & Define Vocabulary Word Search Worksheet    Antagonist  Archetype  Characterization  Dynamic Character  Flat Character  Main Character  Minor Character  Protagonist  Round Character  Static Character

Character Terms: Find & Define Word Search/Vocabulary Worksheet

Character Terms: Find & Define Vocabulary Word Search Worksheet Antagonist Archetype Characterization Dynamic Character Flat Character Main Character Minor Character Protagonist Round Character Static Character

Defined the Scenes Flat in Blush - Pink, Solid, Casual, Fairytale, Pastel, Flat, Good, Faux Leather, Work, Minimal, Variation, Basic

Betsey Johnson Dancing Gleam Heel in Silver

Defined the Scenes Flat in Blush - Pink, Solid, Casual, Fairytale, Pastel, Flat, Good, Faux Leather, Work, Minimal, Variation, Basic

Defined the Scenes Flat in Teal - Blue, Solid, Casual, Flat, Good, Faux Leather, Work, Minimal, Variation, Basic

Betsey Johnson Dancing Gleam Heel in Silver

Defined the Scenes Flat in Teal - Blue, Solid, Casual, Flat, Good, Faux Leather, Work, Minimal, Variation, Basic

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