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• NONO: The BIGGEST nono for bios is putting something like “unknown” or “N/A” in a bio category of a character. First of all, why did you even include that category in your bio just to pass it up? It’s an eyeroll for a serious writer to see these things in bios. Even if the character or other characters don't know their name or even their age or parents, it should ALWAYS be listed in the bio. These are things that everyone has (unless they are a robot).
• CATEGORIES: I have included a blank bio form with all the categories I find to be necessary when explaining an in depth well rounded character. It’s okay to maybe get rid of some categories for simplicity’s sake but some are obviously necessary. On the other end of things, don't add too much! Bios with too many categories are just as obnoxious to fill out as they are for other people to read!! You want to have a bio form that you’ll be able to fill out again and again as you develop your characters. You may use MY FORM INCLUDED AT THE BOTTOM, but only with credit. Don’t add a category if you feel it can be described somewhere else! It’s better to have only a few categories with long descriptions rather than a whole ton of extra one-line categories.
• NAME: First and last name. No need to go into an exotic long name with a middle name unless you feel it necessary. But everyone has a last name with the exception of a few special instances. Choosing a well-flowing and original name that identifies your character and sets them apart from the other ones out there.
o NAMES TO AVOID: Luna is the #1 Mary sue name for girls. I can't take any character named Luna seriously. Following up at #2 is a girl with Alexandra/Alexandria or whatever as her name but she goes by Alex. I can't take those seriously as characters either, again, for their reputation as being Mary sue names. Other overused names are: Jake, James, Alex (male), Jenny, Sam (girl), Rachel, Jack, Ryan, and Lily. A lot of these are very nice names and I’m sure I have a few characters with those names too! But if you're making a new character, try to avoid these names please. Pick something more original. Also, avoid using words for names…that aren’t really names. This doesn't allow for people to be able to take your character seriously. Don’t be lame.
o ORIGINALITY: On the opposite spectrum of picking the normal/common names is taking an iconic name from somewhere else, trying to imitate. I couldn’t take your character seriously if they were named Katniss, okay? Iconic names and other such names created and not used from public domain are NOT public domain. Nobody could take your character as anything but a rip-off if you use an iconic name. God forbid you steal someone else’s name that they made up for that character, including mine. I make up a lot of my own names and I do not permit any kind of usage of my things. My stuff isn’t public domain and I don't intend to let it be. If you’re bored of names that are public domain, it isn’t that hard to just make up your own. In fact, that's what I’d encourage.
• AGE: Depending on the setting/other characters in the story you will have to keep this in mind as you describe the age. Personally I think it’s always best to include the BIRTH YEAR instead of writing an age for a character, unless they only appear in one book. But if that age ever changes, throughout multiple books and a timeline or something, you would do well to have a set birth year for your character so that you and your readers can keep them consistent at the proper age for the time. If your story setting is vast into the future or on another world’s timeline, you would probably have a hard time coming up with a birth year and would do best having another way of explaining it. So be smart about it then eh?
• APPEARANCE: Your character doesn't have to have a one-of-a kind genetic set and style to stand out. It’s all about your take on ideas and weaving them together to bring them to life in a visual way.  
o BUILD: Describe their body shape and any distinctive features. This will help paint a more accurate picture in someone’s head as they try to imagine your character. It’s a necessary part of character description that is typically taken for granted. If you leave your character’s body structure up to reader imagination I guarantee they will not see your character how you see them.
o SKIN: It isn’t racist to describe your character’s skin color and ethnicity. Creating characters with a variety of skin tones adds more charisma to your group overall.
o ETHNICITY: To go with skin color, this adds character too. What’s their ethnic background? Where were they born? Did they always live there? Mixing in various cultures and creating an exotic group can really wow your reader.
o HAIR: Describe the color and style. There are a million different shades. Any color imaginable is valid open game! Describe length and how much curl there is at all. Describe texture. Is it thick or thin? Dry or greasy? Do they frequently wear it up in a signature style? Go into detail. That's what a bio is for! Tell us!
o EYES: Same with hair, any shade is fair game! Are their eyes multi tone? Are there flecks of another color in them? A fade? Missing an eye? Got a different eye shape? Describe it! Also include if they have glasses!
o CLOTHING: Describe their style choice and the kinds of things they are likely to use in an outfit. Any accessories? Key objects? You don't need to describe a full outfit—but give enough information for us to get the general idea.
• SPECIES: Lots of characters are human but maybe yours isn’t. List their species so that we know and if it’s your own species you have the option of describing that a little bit too.
o POWERS: What extra abilities does your character have? Tell us! Be sure never to go into the OP range but describe your character’s powers in a way you think is realistic and proportionate to the world they are in.
• PERSONALITY: This is the most important and definitive part of your character. It shows us who they really are. Peel them like an onion. Show us the side of them everyone sees, the things that only they know about themselves, and the things they don't know yet. If your character has development, show it here. Show their change from the person they used to be. Don’t let this category seem all over the place but go about it in a structured and organized way. Then maybe later review it and remove anything that breaks the harmony or doesn't belong. When developing a really fleshed out personality I would suggest no less than 200 words.
o REALISM: Your character should be able to seem like a real person to us regardless of whatever world they're in. They should have a clear definitive persona of their own, not related to real people per se but deep enough that we can see who they are and how they got there.
o ORIGINALITY: Don’t base off other people or characters. It’s okay to be inspired by someone but copying is stealing, and no one can take it seriously. Add your own twist on an idea that you were inspired by and make it your own, enough so that only you will know where the ideas come from unless you choose to reveal it to people. I hate when people say “there's no such thing as originality anymore” because that is so untrue!! Maybe whatever it is has been done before but it’s never been done by YOU. You as an individual have the power to put your own twist on it if you so choose. Its effort, but if you really want it, you’ll shake the lazies out and work for it.
o LIKEABILITY: A completely original and well developed character isn’t necessary likeable! Be sure to add things in your character that will attract people to them, not in the “she/he’s hot” kind of way exactly, but, in the way that this character will give leave people with a positive and lasting impression. You want your characters to stick in other people’s minds for whatever reason and I’m sure you’d rather it be for likeability’s sake rather than being annoying!
o RELATABILITY: I can't tell you how little I care less about this and how much I am irritated when people say they don't like characters they can't relate to. Who cares? Make a character who is well written and likeable and doesn't sound like everybody else. If a character is relatable to the general population, how much originality is in that character? Probably not much if any at all. Keep this in mind. Let your character rise up for being cool and well-done.
o SANITY: Not everyone is mentally stable. Not everyone who looks insane really is. Not everyone who looks sane is alright in the head. Expound on your character’s psyche. Most people have some kind of disorder tendency, however small. In other people it’s more severe. This doesn't have to be a negative trait or even a flaw depending on how you write it and how your character uses it. Explain how their psyche changes with mood, people, and time.
o MORALS: Morals vary drastically from person to person. Maybe you want your character to be a mix of good and evil. How are these two sides brought out of them? Where and when? How have their morals developed over time and why, if at all, have they changed?
o PEOPLE: Extroverted or introverted? What are their tendencies around people, specifically? How do they treat certain people? What do they think of people or of society in general? Cultural influences?
o TENDENCIES: What are their habits and mannerisms? Why do they change? How did they get them? Any neuroses? What's their behavior and how does it vary? How drastically? What are their opinions? How strong is their will?
o VALUES: Similar to morals. People attribute worth and value to different things. Why does your character value things? What do they hold of highest importance? What's special to them?
• STRENGTHS: Everyone has some kind of contribution they COULD make, whether they decide to take initiative or not. Think outside your own ego for one moment. Maybe somebody else is good at something you wouldn’t see as a “good” thing to be skilled at. But they do. Or someone else does. Making a character isn’t about you. It’s actually about branching out to someone different from you!
o HOBBIES/SKILLS: Not everyone is good at things you think are good so be careful here. People have a wide variety of habits from things as “significant” as winning marathons to burping the alphabet backwards. You may think the latter is lame or gross but if your character is a ten year old boy, it might be the coolest skill to them. Describe how good your character is at their skill also. Maybe they just enjoy a hobby because it’s fun and aren’t necessarily good at it!
o MOTIVATION: What can get them to achieve their goals? What keeps them positive and focused? Can they actually focus at all? What's their passion or inspiration if they have one, or do they tend to lean towards zoned-out zombie mode?
• WEAKNESSES: Everyone has flaws and things they are bad at. Not everyone is strong. Some people are complete pushovers. Some people have out of control tempers. A weakness for one person might not be the same for others. Add low skills. Add things they try and fail at. Show fallibility. Without actual flaws that readers can see, your character is flat and not even really human. Show us who they are at their worst. Tell us what makes them crumble, break, and cry. What can't they seem to overcome? What did they struggle with before and then work past? No one is infallible or immortal. Everyone has a weakness.
• LIKES: It’s good to include other things your character enjoys. Anything from food to places, times of day, objects, temperatures, climates, types of year, anything that can add to who they are as a person. Show what's significant to them. Also, describe what kind of music they like. It’s another good way to add to this picture of them you are paining in our minds.
• DISLIKES: What kind of music can't they stand? What sets them off? What are their pet peeves? What irks them? Any OCDs? Fears? Worries? Allergies?
• FRIENDS: What crowd do they gravitate to? Who do they get along best? Who is already their friend? Who do they want to be their friend? Who’s their crew and why? How many people? Any besties? Are they social or popular?
• ENEMIES: What kind of people can't they stand? Who is an instant turnoff? Who do they fight with? Who do they hate and for what reason? Who are they afraid of?
• LOVE INTEREST: What and who do they find attractive? Who are their crushes? Who do they love? Who have they dated or married?
• FAMILY: Describe their family in as much detail as you find to be relevant. It can be whatever from listing that they live with a single mom to listing a dozen people by name. Do they have any kids? Do they even know their family? Even if they don't know them, you as the creator do, so like all things your character doesn't know about themselves, include it in the bio.
• BACKSTORY: If the backstory is a story in itself, there is definitely a bunch of stuff you should cut out. I think a good backstory is around 200-300 words and 400 is too long. Backstory nearly as important as people think it is for the reason that the STORY is meant to show the character’s development and change throughout time and the bio is meant to show who the character is overall. You can certainly show development in a bio but you’ve gotta include who they were, who they are, and who they will be all at once. The story is for showing the progression and going into detail about how the character grew and responded to their life changes. The backstory’s purpose is to give a short concise life summary. Whether you decide to summarize their whole life or only tell who they were before the time of the story is up to you. But keep it short!! I can't stress how obnoxious long backstories are!
o HOME LIFE: What’s their family like? How do they get along? How does it change throughout time? Are they close to their family? Where have they lived? What was the home like? How often have they moved? How did they feel about that?
o AGING: Depending on the character’s age at the time of story, you can't always show much age-specific development. Maybe touch on a few impactful details of their past but only what is relevant.  
o CAREER: What career path did they choose and why? How does it affect their life?
o DEVELOPMENT: Again it’s up to you whether you want to summarize all their important life events, or only include backstory of who they were before major character development. Both are fine and equally valid backstories.

***Bio form is no longer open for use by others but is just kept present here as a textual example:Name:Age:Appearance:Species:Personality:Strengths:Weaknesses:Likes:Dislikes:Friends:Enemies:Love Interest:Family:Backstory:
This is a generalized guide as basic as I could have made it. TRUST me I could have gone way more in depth with special instances and things but chose not to for the sake of keeping it simple ;) 

Here in this guide you can hopefully learn something new about how to develop your characters further. Maybe you want to revamp an old character, add depth, or create something from scratch and didn't know how or where to start. I hope this has helped you and if you have any questions or need further help I'd be glad to assist if I can. I'm not going to make your character for you though. Show me whatcha make! Tell me how this has helped you. I love hearing that. I have plenty of other guides related to characters and writing so feel free to check out my gallery. 

That said, if you did NOT find this information helpful, then just walk away. There's no need to comment. Any comments saying how you could have written this guide better or whatever are unnecessary and will be hidden. I hate having to include this but its a sad fact of life that some people don't realize when to speak and when not to. 

A different more in depth character creation analysis--->  .:Character Creation Guide:.Creating Your Character
OUTLINE
 Development
o Personality
o Overall Character
 Relationships
 Writing Your Character
 Fan Characters And Fandoms
DEVELOPMENT: PERSONALITY
 Focus on personality and interests when making your character and those are the categories that should have the most information because they describe who this person is at a specific point in time, or how they develop over time.
 Try to avoid listing standard things about your character that are super predictable or could describe just about anyone. Add details that show character depth and set them apart from the other characters out there. Certain ones you may want to make more memorable than others.
 Don’t throw too many diverse things into your character. If your character is all over the place, they will easily lose their identity to the reader. Try to focus on a few main interests or skills for your character to highlight.
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Moving on, I hope that the majority of you DO find my guide successfully helping you at least in some small way and I hope I can reach a lot of people with it. Enjoy! More guides coming your way soon ;)

TO USE MY FORM LISTED IN THIS DOCUMENT: Just link back to this deviation and credit me as the bio template creator. Thanks!
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FATMANWALKTHELAND Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2017
wow i don't have that skill 
and i don't think i could go into that detail about my character
it not that i wont to mostly due to my disable i the tense to write backward start from the end to the front! 

i real need to hire someone to help me reramp my character profile!
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
Can you explain more
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FATMANWALKTHELAND Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2017
it hard to explain when get the move to write i just jot stuff down my mind kind work backward 
so i start form the end to the begin kind those Awful Dame Flash Back Movie!

wish why it take me so long to write any thing down.

that the fact i can't seen to come with any good power for my character either wish kind suck too!

that be my next plan to revamp  
my character power list

 
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
alright
well your character doesnt have to have powers though
powers are like an accessory to a character but unrelated to the actual quality of it
so dont feel bad, or like your character isn't good, because the character doesnt have powers
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FATMANWALKTHELAND Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017
i guess but when try to write an super spoof comic book it help if your character have some wired able!
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
What
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FATMANWALKTHELAND Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2017
So sorry I was talking about oc
deployment
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
deployment?
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Luna-the-Skeleton Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2016
My oc's name is Luna and I get what you mean by it being Mary-sue
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
well i would advise changing it then
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Luna-the-Skeleton Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2016
That's kind of hard since I have had her since I was 6 but I was thinking maybe Scarlet?
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
ok
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TheNewLonelyARTIST34 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My girl's name is Luana (not Luna. She's Hawaiian) Wellwood
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
ok
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MajesticReaper Featured By Owner Edited Jul 26, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
*raises hand* If I could make a suggestion? One of the things that people tend to do when writing OC biographies is listing specific positive and negative traits underneath/around the overall personality. And thats all good and I do it too! But it's something I tend to struggle with because I'm not sure what the criteria is for picking specific traits to list??? So before I know it, I've got an entire paragraph of just words and commas and I look back and worry if it's too much.

I know who my character is, it's just...picking specific traits is hard because there are so many words that mean the same thing and there are a lot of traits that I would consider to be part of their personality so I just throw them in there and I think it all just kinda gets mixed up. Like whats the difference between the traits and overall personality?

What would be your criteria for picking specific traits to list and how many traits would you consider a good amount? Etc.
IDK if this made any sense...I hope you get the basic gist of what I'm trying to say. I,D
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
i would say that 200 words in the personality category paragraph is the bare minimum. just because ive made over a thousand bios of my own and read several hundred belonging to people, if you don't elaborate more on the individualistic traits, characters will tend to sound like other characters really really fast. if you want to get a legitimately well developed and unique personality, i would suggest going for 400 words or longer. the more the better. your own unique way of writing and word selection will add to the individuality of the character, which i am sure you will see as you go along.
this was very helpful to me to think in another way as well as hopefully helping you. its the kind of mutually beneficial discussion I enjoy.
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
use phrases where needed and singular words where needed, preferably phrases to get your idea across if you're having an issue. for example, "outgoing extrovert" could mean so much. elaborate where needed to get the exact idea, and to show the individuality where it exists :D
trait is a general word, like I have the trait of brown eyes. I think of the word trait by itself as being some aspect of something else, but I think it probably implies something is inherited, which is not what I mean to imply. I use the word partnered with personality to refer to the individual aspects of their personality, rather than speaking of the personality (the generalization of the entire thing). if that makes sense lol
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I don't know exactly what you mean by criteria in this context but feel free to elaborate more on it if you want. but its probably irrelevant. my guess is that you're thinking of criteria to refer to the character's most important traits or strongest ones, when I think any and all traits in the character should be expressed at some point in the bio, not only to show the development and depth but to also to serve as a collective/resource for all of your data on them
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I don't think there can ever be too much, honestly. no need to worry about criteria I guess as long as its in the right category. like, don't be listing that your character wears glasses in his hobbies category, for example. but by all means, go on and on in a paragraph about the personality if you want to. that's what bios are for. of course I think if you're getting so much out of the category that you're basically writing a story, maybe incorporate that into the backstory instead. try to keep the other categories as just a dense listing of traits. I like to use in example, this piece. .:CECELIA HAZEL Personality:.Keep in mind as you read that these things are pasted from her bio. So its one big long paragraph, meant to be a list of various things rather than sentences like in story form. I just like to go in-depth with my character bios and now you can see the extent of that. I could always go MORE into detail, specifically with how she changes over the course of her life in the Danny Phantom/Aerone Sovant universe, but I'll leave it at this. Tell me if you like her, or if you don't. But no need to go into any detail about what you don't like cuz she ain't changing for you ;) but by all means share your thoughts on what you like about her and what you think of who she is shipped with (Danny/Aerone, Wenn, and Kibbon). Tell me if your DP OC (or non fandom person OC) would make a good friend for her too! I'm always looking for more friends for her and art ideas that come from those friendships <3 Thanks for reading. 
PERSONALITY: her main strong point as a person is seeing the good
 its literally just the personality section from her bio and nothing else. could have gone way way more in depth and I probably will some day as the stories take me deeper into her character. so if I wrote an easy 600 words just for one category, nothing's stopping you! XD
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
You do not have permission to use anything of mine because you do not credit.
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
where
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
bio form is only allowed for use with credit
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princessbinas Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
A little more fleshed out than the others. That is a huge plus, even though the others had some sturdy basic legs to stand on (which is good). Keep going, you will get the perfect guide one day. Every guide I have seen have their flaws, and the flaws from the previous are beginning to shrink. I can't really see anything to nitpick on other than needing more space between bullet points. :P Yeah, I have a hard time reading paragraphs that have very little separation.
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princessbinas Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't even make guides, nor do I want to make them. I have no interest to do so. So I KNOW mine will be awful. So don't assume you know what I think of my own guides when I don't make them. I don't want to be arrogant, I don't want to be condecending, I wanted to help but you obviously don't want the tough love help I know. You're gonna have haters, you are going to have those who don't know how to give gentle advice and help. Not to sound like a complete asshole so excuse me if I do, if you can't accept that, then why do you make them? What is the point? How can you help others when you don't except help or input from others despite how rude or tactless they are? Sure, I am a complete screw up or a complete d**k with my wording, but that is because I did not learn grace and sugar coating. I am willing to at least hear my reader's opinions and do my best to fix them, but here you are calling me out for ATTEMPTING to help you improve.

Over all, I CAN'T MAKE GUIDES TO SAVE MY LIFE! I HAVE MADE F'S WHEN I WAS TOLD TO MAKE GUIDES IN HIGH SCHOOL! SO MY GUIDES ARE ABSOLUTE TRASH, YOUR'S AT LEAST SOUND DECENT ON A BASIC LEVEL AND HAVE GOOD STARTING POINT! SO GO AND ASSUME ABOUT ME AND SEE IF I CARE ABOUT HELPING YOU BE BETTER! BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE SHIT! SHIT! SHIT! SHIT! HAPPY NOW LADY BETTER THAN EVERYONE?!
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princessbinas Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Stop saying I'm that! I don't like it! I am not condescending! I only wanted to help? Is suddenly everyone who gives criticism condescending? I ssuddenly me trying to be helpful illegal? Am I illegal? Is me trying to be helpful unwanted? DO I EVEN EXIST?! I'M NO ONE! I NEVE RHAVE NEVER WILL! PLEASE! STOP IT! :plzcrying: I WON'T LET YOU WIN! I DON'T NEED ANYONE! I'M A LIE! I AM NOT REAL! GO AWAY!
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
the site kinda messes up my bullet points anyway but idc
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
not really ^^;
i see what you mean about the periods but it can make a polished piece of text look tacky
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
i dont know alt but i dont think theres anything to fix ^^;
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
yeah and believe me ive thought of em, or else they wouldnt be out there. 
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LeutenantBecca Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
One of my characters has a COLOUR for a last name (it's for a pun) his name is Dawson Cobalt
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
ok
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CartoonFreakshow Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Not everyone in the world has a last name. 
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
well for the sake of generality, its a good thing to include in bios. i feel like a lot of people dont realize its significance
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CartoonFreakshow Featured By Owner May 25, 2016  Student Digital Artist
but not everyone has one, sometime they just have a first name. 
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