EP #004– Getting Characters Talking
In this, our fourth podcast episode, I discuss the importance of having good character descriptions.
EPISODE #004–Getting Characters Talking (SHOW NOTES)
RUN TIME about 15 minutes
The show is divided into four parts.
PART ONE: The Story
Why are we so captivated by really good television? Characters.
Write realistic characters by scripting realistic sounding dialog.
PART TWO: The Topic of the Week.
- Make your characters talk to you by asking questions
PART THREE: Your Homework
Here’s your homework:
- Observation listening exercise
PART FOUR: Your Questions
Today we take a question from ROBERT, about how much character description to use when bringing in a new character.
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