Character appeal

 We where asked to create a character, before I got the sheet I was told by a classmate so i did a couple of drawings and faces. When i had gotten what we were going to to I picked the word clank out of clank weaver and Mort. After some research i started on my character.

For my character I have been given an antagonist for a teen/adult audience. The changes I would make for my character to fit this role would be to change the eyes. I wouldn’t have them as they are but would change it so she would have one eye in the middle. It would also have a faint red glow. I would also give the character a look like she is rusting to make it look like she has been not working for a very long time. This is so it makes you wonder why she was locked away to be never used again only to find out if you activate her for something reason. If she was given a voice then I would have it old static and barely audible, this is to add to the danger and scare factor. I’d keep her child like look because it would create the illusion that she wouldn’t be the bad guy until it was too late. If the character her on the hero side then I would take away the rust and voice type. Id change the stay to make her look more grown up.

(The research)

clank From Ratchet & Clank
Sound of something metal (tool) falling
A metallic sound, sharp and hard but not resonant: the clank of chains.
intr.v.clanked, clank•ing, clanks
To make a sharp, hard, metallic sound.
Sounds metal being

• A person who engages in weaving fabric
• Ploceidae, the bird family, Crevice weaver spider family, Orb-weaver spider family, Weever (or weever-fish)
Weaver, Alabama, USA, Weaver, Arizona, USA, Weaver, Minnesota, USA, Weaver, New Brunswick, Canada, Weaver, West Virginia, USA, Weavers’ Way, a long footpath, or trail, in Norfolk, England, River Weaver in England, Weaver Hills in Staffordshire, England, Weaver’s Mill Covered Bridge in Pennsylvania, USA, Weavers, New South Wales, Australia, Weaver building, Swansea, Weaver Settlement, Nova Scotia

• Weaver (surname), Weaver stance, a two-handed stance for use when firing handguns, The Weavers, a folk music group formed in 1947 by Ronnie Gilbert, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman and Pete Seeger, The Weavers (1905 film), a silent, black and white documentary film made in 1905 by the Balkan film pioneers the Manaki brothers, The Weavers, English title of Die Weber, a play by Gerhart Hauptmann, Weaver, an abandoned ghost town in the 2002 film, Disappearance (film), Weaver (Stephen Baxter), the fourth novel in Baxter’s Time’s, Weaver, a style of mount used to attach a scope to a firearm or crossbow “see weaver rail mount”

The note sounded on a hunting horn to announce the death of a deer.
[Middle English, death, from Old French, from Latin mors, mort-; see mer- in Indo-European roots.]
A great number or quantity.
[Perhaps from mortal.]
(Hunting) a call blown on a hunting horn to signify the death of the animal hunted
a great deal; a great many
[possibly a shortened form of mortal used as an intensifier]
a note played on a hunting horn signifying that the animal hunted has been killed.
Obs. death.


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