Describing Physical Appearance of your characters.

Describing Physical Appearance of your characters.

Physical Appearance.

The Audience want to imagine what the person look like. They do not want to just deal with an abstract protagonist. They want someone they can identify with and that is why this book will be giving you help on how to create the character that soothes your imagination.
Height
Weight

Body Type
Curvy
Slim
Thin
Slender
trim
Athletic
Curvy
Overweight
Muscular
Skinny
Well-built
Well-developed
Burly
Puny
Undernourished
Diamond
Frail
Scrawny
Robust
Stout
Inverted triangle
Hour glasses
Triangle
Rectangle
Apple
Oval

Eyes
Eye colour
Does he/she uses glasses?
Does he/she uses contact?

Does he/she uses hearing aid?

Skin
Skin tone
Pale
Ruddy
Ivory
Tan
Olive
Brown
Black
Flushed
Reddish
Brunette
Chocolate
Auburn
Any Prominent Features
Freckles
Scars
Tattoos
Spots
Tribal mark
Any other mark
Moles
Patches
Specks
Blotches

Face Shape
Round
Oval
Hubby
Thin
Long square
Heart-shaped

Type of Nose
The Snub
The Greek Nose
Aquiline
Broad Nose
Celestial Nose
Hooked Nose
Wavy Nose
Flat Nose

Lips
Thick lips
Thin lips
Unequal lips
Smooth lips
Sexy lips
Oomph lips/Dry lips

Shape of Lips
Full lips
Round lips
Shapeless lips
Wide lips
Uneven lips
Bow-shape
Downward turned lips

Eyes
Deepest
Moon lid
Hooded eyes
Protruding eyes
Upturned eyes
Downturned eyes
Which famous person do he/she look like.

General Health
Good
Poor
Fair
B. Any Chronic health problem
c. Any current health problems?

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2 thoughts on “Describing Physical Appearance of your characters.” by Akintayo Akinjide (@Divepen)

  1. What I have noticed it is that you might not need this for a short work but will need it for a long body of work. I call mine a character resume and try to have it filled as much as possible before I start writing. But it might not work for everyone.
    Thanks

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