I collected some information about how characters (fictional characters, OCs etc.) can be created and what aspects you need to create a working and fleshed out character. I compiled this in a kind of "tutorial" you can use to better define your character or to simply think about him to find new interesting aspects of him. The information can be applied to character creation in written and in visual form.
If you find mistakes or encounter problems, please let me know.
The tutorial includes information about how fictional characters can be created by using basic elements of psychological and historical personality theories. It explains the Character-Disk as a tool to define characters.
Please excuse my poor English. I had to translate the whole thing and I hope you can understand my grammar.
includes: 1 × tutorial (750 px)
It includes the tutorial in higher resolution.
includes: 3 × tutorial (1000 px) + 1 × tutorial (750 px); English version
newest version: 2 (highlighted segment and type names in paragraphs) / 06-14
In short, I like it. It is very well done, and I hope you continue on with the next guide.
Actually, the next tutorial about the disk is almost done, but there're some minor things I need to improve (especially the English translation, because in the process of translating there're some information lost, because it's very difficult to convey them and I always have the feeling that the English version isn't as in-depth as the original version).