I see some problems here. I don't know if you intended it this way or not, but you come across as demanding, expecting someone else to do your work for you.
First of all, your post doesn't even tell us what the story will be about; how can we make a character for your story if we don't know what kind of story you have in mind?
Second, why do you need us to make a character for you in the first place? Do you feel you can't come up with a character on your own? If that's the case, you can always ask others here for advice.
Personally, I would suggest looking to the movies for inspiration -- try picking out a nameless bear from the background in one of the scenes. Find one you like the look of, and try to decide what his or her personality might be like from their character design, and what they're doing in the scene. You could also take one of the minor named characters -- like Bo and Nooki (the "lover bears"), Mabel and Edgar (the elderly couple), or the ever-popular, ever-mysterious Bucky. (He's been done before, but nobody really owns him, so he's wide open to interpretation.)
Basically, asking for advice on writing characters is one thing, but asking someone else to do it all for you is another.
"If only, if only," the woodpecker sighs "The bark on the trees was as soft as the skies." While the wolf waits below, hungry and lonely He cries to the moon, "If only, if only."
Post by Night Bear on Apr 28, 2007 12:40:50 GMT -5
Creating a character can be difficult, but it would be more rewarding to yourself if you come up with a character rather than have someone else here do all the work for you. I know how hard it can be to create a character that is likeable and realistic, but I managed to pull it off. You just need patience, imagination, and some inspiration, like Epesi suggseted, wouldn't hurt. That is how I came up with the concept of Night Bear. ^^
"You really are something. So brave. So noble. Now I understand why it was so hard to..break you completely. But you are still mortal. Just how far can you go? How much can you take before you fall down?"-Bardot