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evanpalmercomics:

I hit 4,000 (!!!) followers a little while back so as thanks, I’m having a REBLOG CONTEST!

Reblog this post and go ahead and give me a little follow if you don’t already and I’ll pick THREE WINNERS at random and draw a character for them. D&D, Skyrim, Fallout, Mass Effect, Destiny, Star Wars Jedi Academy II, whatever you have a beloved character in, I’ll draw it.

Be cool and only reblog once and you should have a way for me to contact you on your tumblr. I’ll choose winners Monday, August 18th. 

Above are D&D characters drawn from description. dodoots's Half-Orc Barbarian, my hodge-podge Rogue, thevintagepostbox's Human Ranger, and leighluna's Gnome Wizard.

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Anonymous asked:

What sort of information should you come up with when writing about a fantasy race? How in-depth should you go into creating a culture for them?

fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment answered:

I would argue… very in depth. It’s important that your reader gets a good feel for how this race lives a daily life… and what kind of things they do, say or believe that makes up their whole world.

Here are some resources to help you out with that:

General

Generators/Resources

Race/Culture Creation

Obligatory Cultural Appropriation Warning

Details

I think this should at least be a good start… best of luck…!

- enlee

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Reblog if you are a writer.

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Or someone who knows they can write and loves to write but never writes because they’re lazy and they spend so much time on this fucking website

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