How To Use The Descriptive Style Of Writing

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How To Use The Descriptive Style Of Writing

Is there any type of meaningful writing that doesn’t require some description?

No?

We didn't believe so.

You will need to create pictures for your readers in almost every piece of writing, no matter if it's fictional or not. This could be in your story's scenes, personal experiences with someone/something, or explaining a point to the character you are portraying.

Writing that is descriptive connects writing to the senses of smell, taste, feeling, and sight. Before you begin writing, ask yourself questions such as "What do I want my readers see?" What should they feel?

To keep your readers' attention and keep them engaged with your content, you can create a vivid image in their minds. This scenario could include the use of colour or presentation as a way to make your readers feel uncomfortable about the food.

Your goal when you use descriptions in your writing is to make your readers feel the events. It can be difficult to do this so we have provided some tips and tricks on how to use descriptive writing.

Here's what you need to know:

1. Avoid using obvious descriptions. You might find yourself using repetitive descriptions and unneeded adjectives. This could lead to your writing looking cliched, or lazy.

2. You can break with the usual: Once you have removed the obvious descriptions, it is time to add a twist or two to your story. To create your story, add some surprising and interesting words. This will make your writing memorable and fresh for your readers.

You can use phrases like 'weeping cloud' to portray a unique scenario.

We have reached the last tip.

3. Make your writing more sensory: You should use sensory details to follow the rule of storytelling, which says "show, don’t tell". Your writing should be appealing to the senses of your reader.

These sensory details are a way to communicate what you want to say to your readers using the five senses. "The chicken was pale and dipped in murky fat," is an example. (The chicken was not inviting.

"He stumbled into class breathless just before the bell rang." He ran into class just before the bell rang.

Be careful not to be too descriptive and lose the essence of what you're trying to portray.

These are three examples and tips to help you get started with descriptive writing.

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