hmm, good question. I noticed that I tend to kill my oc’s. I suddenly have a lot that dies and I like to create oc’s with tragic ends/or them having someone in their life that dies.
Spree doesn’t believe in happiness! haha just kidding. I often kill family members/very close friends in ways that my characters can believe it’s their fault and the force them to live with that guilt. I don’t kill main Oc’s often but i do torture them…alot. Their lives…suck. For every piece of happiness there will be double the bad. I enjoy writing characters pulling through this. I’m one of those people who believe there are things worth than death. Living is hell and death is an escape from it. Some of my characters thought suicide but realized they had a reason to stay on earth and move on. When death comes from them it’ll come.
I enjoy bittersweet endings/ends. Tragic ones are good too. I just enjoy tragic characters a lot too (Jeriko *cough) ^u^
I’d love to learn/read about your OC’s. It sounds like they’re the things I like to read about
I’ve noticed lately that I create some pretty strange characters. Half of them are deformed or mutated or some kind of not human thing. :I
That’s what I liked about your work. You make really pretty characters and then beat them with bats or gruesomely distort them. It reminds me of Guro Lolita.
I’m kinda like you about the whole father-daughter thing. Those are really fun relationships to write. <:
They really are! I enjoy the family theme overall. It’s in all of my works. The idea of family rather, blood or not, will always be what I write ^u^
Honesty/Talk/ Blah Blah Hour! Cause at 3am this is what you do!
When it comes to writing my own works, i rarely make the female character a lead. Normally I start a story out with a woman in mind but then turn it into a man. My stories do center around a females mostly. Often a girl or woman is the key, wise one, trigger of conflict in various ways but the actual main character(s) is male. I always felt bad about it like….WAAAAAY back in the day but now it’s just how I write and my niche, I guess you could say. Like I said, originally a male starts off as a woman in my head and then I warp it. I enjoy writing men who are forced to embrace their nurturing, soft and understanding side. Often these men are single fathers/guardians, raising girls or a in a situation where brawn won’t cut it. Not to long ago I noticed what I’m doing is pretty much what media does with female characters, turn them into men with boobs. I’ve made sure that these men remain men and not just women in a man’s shell (unless that IS what the character supposed to be).
But i realllly enjoy writing men this way. I personally did not have my father in my life and it might just be romanticizing what that would’ve been like, who knows, but I’ve always been attracted to the idea of men who are comfortable enough to take off the “man cape” and play dress up or something with their daughters. This goes for women with me, too. Moms who’ll rough house with their boys makes me happy too. Just doing something out of character for the sake of another’s happiness is always nice to me.
Lol well that’s my ramble for the day :3
Do you guys have any niches? Like what kind of characters do you tend to create/like?