Showing Emotion: Annoyance

You get annoyed, and so do your characters. When they’re peeved, how will they act? Will they hide their annoyance, or let it show. What’s going on inside their head?

Learn How your Characters Can Better Show their Annoyance

Showing Emotion: Anger

Actions Reveal Anger

When anger bubbles just below the surface, how do your characters act?  Will they slam doors and rage, or will they take a defensive position and hold their tongues?

Thoughts and Feeling

What goes on in your character’s mind when they feel anger?  Do they think of revenge, or just feel hurt?  Will anger lead to depression or feelings of helplessness?

Click the link below to explore different ways your characters might react to feelings of anger and how they reveal their anger without saying a word.

Effectively Show Your Characters’ Anger

Showing Emotion: Amusement

In the first lesson in The Fictional Character’s Guide to Acting, we tackle our first emotion, Amusement.

You’ll learn how to teach your characters how to show this emotion in their body language, their actions, their thoughts, and the related emotions they might feel.

Learn How To Make Your Characters Effectively Show Amusement