Friday, September 18, 2015

Vlog #9 - September (5 Male Characters Tag)

I decided to do my 5 Male Characters Tag for my September vlog and it came out great!

 (scroll down to see rules)

 I'm working more and more with Windows Movie Maker and teaching myself how to edit videos. This is the first time I've been able to incorporate movie clips into my videos (it took forever to figure it out!), but I just hope YouTube doesn't take it down for copyright infringement.

 If they do, I can make another just without the video clips.

I hope you enjoy!!!


1.) List 5 of you favorite male characters (book or screen)

2.) Tagging other people is optional

3.) If you are tagged link back to the person that tagged you

4.) Link back to Revealed In Time (preferably using the link to this post)

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Choose one from each category.

1.) Hero

2.) Villain

3.) Anti-hero

4.) Best book-to-screen adaption

5.) Best character perception 


  1. Thanks for tagging me; I will have to pair the two tags up together! XD Character perception is a very interesting idea, I will have to think for awhile on that one! :D

  2. Thanks for the tag! I'm gonna start working on it right now. I have more favorite male characters than female so this should be fun, and hopefully not too hard to decide on! :D I like the category of Character Perception too! Really good one.

    Ewan McGregor's Obi Wan is hands down the best thing about the prequel trilogy in my opinion. He just the best! :D

  3. Rats! My computer won't let me watch the video:( Anyway, thank you so much for the tag! I'm excited:D

  4. I don't have to do this vlog style do I?

    1. No, of course not. I just did it vlog style for fun.

    2. How do I do the best Character perception? I'm confused on how to .... what exactly does that mean?

    3. Character perception is how the audience views the character from the beginning of the story to the end. Basically a 'first impressions are not always the correct impressions.' It's when a character is portrayed in certain way and you think that's who they really are. Then as the story progresses you begin to see why they are that way and the first impressions view changes and you suddenly accept them as they have always been. It's not character development though, because the character never changes and they're the same person that they were in the beginning.

      Snape from "Harry Potter" is a classic example of character perception. Throughout the series we think he's a villain and then when the story shifts in his favor, we see that he was a good man all along, but that is not who he was perceived to be in the beginning. He was made to look like the villain at Harry's first impression and as the story progressed, Snape himself never changed, but the story's perception of him did.

      Is that a little easier to understand?


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