Creating a Villain…


Impassive – definition: showing no sign of emotion or feeling

English: A stereotypical caricature of a villa...
English: A stereotypical caricature of a villain (i.e. generic melodrama villain stock character, with handlebar moustache and black top-hat). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Impassiveness is a great way to portray a villain. I found a great link, which is worth visiting:

http://onyxsturm.deviantart.com/art/On-Writing-Villains-268717064

What characteristics have you used in creating a villain?

My character, William in The Twesome Loop, revolted his young wife with his mannerisms but also indulged his sadistic tendencies. His lack of empathy with his victims made him a hated character, which of course was my intent.

Related Links: http://www.wikihow.com/Create-a-Credible-Villain-in-Fiction

http://flavorwire.com/391478/the-50-greatest-movie-villains-of-all-time

Absorbing Your Villain? (mstarksauthor.wordpress.com)

 

 

 

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