Character Store

I've seen a few cover stores ( well, a lot really) but I haven't seen a character store. So I made one. The store is for those small characters who have about a page before they are forgotten or else for those huge crowds that a couple of people stick out of. You can also use a description if you have a character's personality and adventures planned out but can't quite conjure them up in your mind. If you are pressed for time or struggling to find the right words, please feel free to use my descriptions. You can use parts of a description or the whole thing. I do requests as well if you can't find what you're looking for. The only thing that I ask is that you leave a link to your book in the comments so I can check it out because I'm vain like that and like to see my work help others :)


7. Cobalt Hair for AThousandMidnightTheories

The girl was a wisp and looked like a good gust of wind would blow her away to a far off world. But then, perhaps it wouldn't make that much difference; her mind was always wondering to a better place. Her smooth, pale skin further added to the illusion that she was thinner than she was. She looked like a beam of moonlight on water. By contrast, her eyes were bright and violet and alive. Flecks of darker purple were scattered around the outside of her iris making them even more striking. The only other colour on her body was the dyed cobalt hair that tumbled in gentle, slightly mussed, curls. They framed her face as a waterfall does a cliff. The natural black had blended unevenly with the dye, causing ripples to flow beautifully down her back. A strand brushed her cheek and caught on a dark eyelash. The girl let it hang there placidly - she liked to study the world through the filter of her hair. Light reached her eyes differently and transformed her surrounding into something from a fantasy novel. The lock irritated her eye and the violet became vibrant. She didn't move to ease her discomfort; the girl had never minded physical pain. So long as her mind was ordered, nothing could harm her. Of course, most people would not have described the way her mind worked as ordered. In fact that was the last thing they would have said about her mind. It liked to journey off and have adventures in it's own little world and the girl enjoyed going along for the ride. Even though her mind often seemed to be in control, it was really the girl with cobalt hair who was driving. Her few friend knew this and accepted it whenever she forgot to put the headlights on and her mind went somewhere it shouldn't.

She blinked and looked up as her name was called. She smiled with thin lips and re-entered reality.

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