In this step, you need to create and describe all the characters and heroes that will appear in the script. This includes the protagonist, antagonist, other important characters, and side characters.
Each character should have their own unique personality, goals, motivations, and characteristics. The more thoroughly you develop your characters, the more compelling your script will be, and the more strongly the audience will be able to empathize with the characters.
When writing a character overview, it's important to ask yourself a few questions that will help define the characteristics of each character:
- What is the character's motivation?
- What are the character's goals and objectives?
- What is the character's personality?
- What are the character's strengths and weaknesses?
- What connections are there between the characters?
In addition, you need to consider the characters' interactions and reactions to the events in the script. It is important to understand how each character will react to the actions of other characters and how this will affect the course of the story.
It is also important not to forget that each character should be unique and have a distinctive voice, way of thinking and behavior. This will help to create a quality and convincing image that will be easily remembered by the viewer.