Character Development, Creature Concept Design for writers, Cryptozoology, Fantasy Writing, Mythological Creature Archive, Writerly Tips

Creature Concept Design for Writers- Comparing the process of developing concept art and writing believable Sci-Fi characters

I am a big fan of the Syfy channel's show FACEOFF, and it got me thinking about the specifics of brainstorming characters and how creating and 3D design relates to our craft as writers. We too must master the art of creature concept design on paper. In an interview with Jerad S. Marantz.

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Character Development, For Kids, Historical Fiction, Magical Realism, Paranormal, Short Story, Writerly Tips

The Princess of the Dark – a short story #fairytale #horror

"Yes, the poor girl was the victim of a sinister plot for the throne and was queen for exactly nine days from July 10th to July 19th, 1553. She was accused of high treason and held in the tower of London. She was just 16, when she was beheaded on Tower Hill on February 12th, 1554. The queen was buried beneath the altar of the Tower’s Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula, and her ghost can be seen roaming the grounds usually around the anniversary of her death. I can't enter into this quilting cottage Gemma. All who enter without her permission, find themselves in an early grave, same as she did."

Character Development, Egyptian Mythology, Mythological Creature Archive, Writing prompt

Mythological Creature; The Ammit, the Egyptian demoness and concept of ‘dying a second time,’ with writing prompt

According to Wikipedia, Ammit also rendered Ammut or Ahemait, was a demoness and goddess in ancient Egyptian religion with a body that was part lion, hippopotamus, and crocodile—the three largest "man-eating" animals known to ancient Egyptians. A funerary deity, her titles included "Devourer of the Dead", "Eater of Hearts", and "Great of Death"

Character Development, Cryptozoology, Folkpunk, Inuit Folklore, Mythological Creature Archive, Punk, Therian, Writerly Tips, Writing prompt

Mythological Creature; the Amarok, an Inuit wolf of Greenland and other arctic regions – With Therian writing prompt

According to Wikipedia an amarok, or amaroq, is a gigantic wolf, in Inuit mythology. It is said to stalk and devour any person foolish enough to hunt alone at night. Unlike wolves who hunt in packs, amaroks hunt alone.

Character Development, Japanese Folklore, Mythological Creature Archive

Mythological Creature; the Amaburakosagi (Namahage) A kid and young wife scaring yokai, celebrated on New Years eve in Japan- with Krampus comparison

The Amaburakosagi are young Japanese men dressed up as scary ogre- demon oni and they go house to house to terrify and scare children out of laziness and disobedience on New Years Eve. They also taunt new wives.