Wanna tussle? More on fight scenes.
Anonymous asked: How does one write a good fight scene?
Step one: Most of the time, it’ll be best to avoid starting it with the phrase “wanna tussle?”
From there, you might find these links useful:
- How to Write a Fight Scene
- A Summary of How People Die (And Don’t) In Swordfights
- Getting a Handle on Guns
I Stumbled into Something Wonderful
And I just needed to share it with all of you.
It’s the Speech Accent Archive, and any accent you can possibly imagine, you’re like to find it there. It’s an amazing resource for myself as point of reference and I’m sure a great load of you would appreciate it as well.
Along with recordings, it provides the phonetics right alongside the paragraph recording. Each one is the same so you can really pick at the small slips and rolls of the speech. There are people from every region you could think of, both men and women, as well as mixed age groups.
FANTROLL REFERENCE LIST
Here is a cumulative list of every helpful fantroll guide, base, resource, or tutorial I could source. Fantrolls are the pestilence that will ruin your life. Have fun.
Huge Sheet of Canon and Fanon Bases by Antil1029
Heck Yeah Fantroll Creation is basically a goldmine of helpful resources
Huge Gallery of Canon Sprites/Edits/Rips on Majhost by various users
Alternian Sweeps to Years Converter made by Miff
FYCD Resource Masterpost (continually updated)
- Archetype Writing
- 2000 Names
- The Art of Character Development
- repeatyoutube (type this before a youtube video to watch it on repeat)
- Songs for Creating Stuff
- Using Music to Focus Your Writing
- Elements of Fiction Writing - Beginnings, Middles & Ends (Nancy Kress)
- Fondling Your Muse: Infallible Advice From a Published Author to the Writerly Aspirant (John Warner)
- On Writing (Stephen King)
- Bird by Bird (Anne Lamott)
- Writing Tools (Roy Peter Clark)
- How Not to Write a Novel (Howard Mittelmark and Sandra Newman)