Hello, My name is Justin Busher, I am from New York. I study at NYU and work as freelance writer. My areas of interests are photography and sci-fi literature. I like spend free time playing table games with my sister.
If there is one thing that you need to keep in mind when you write descriptive essays, it is the famous proverb: show don’t tell. As soon as you compose descriptive essays, a good way to make a vivid experience for the audience is to concentrate on the five senses: sight, smell, sound, taste and touch.
When you concentrate your description essays on the senses, you give specific and vivid details that demonstare your audience rather than inform the readers what you describe.
Descriptive essay writing can be a rewarding and rich experience, but this can feel a little complicated as well. It is helpful to keep a fast checklist of the main questions to remember when you plan, revise, and draft your essay.
Descriptive essay planning:
1. Who or what do you wish to describe?
2. Why do you describe?
3. What are the qualities you want to concentrate on?
Descriptive essay drafting:
1. What sights, smells, sounds, tastes, and textures are necessary for developing the description?
2. Which details will you use to ensure the reader get a vivid impression inspired with your perspective or emotion?
Descriptive essay revising:
1. Have you given enough descriptions and details to enable the audience to get a vivid and complete perception?
2. Have you left any minor but significant details?
3.Have you employed words communicating your perspective or emotion?
4.Are there any needless details in your work?
5.Does every paragraph of your paper concentrate on one aspect of the description?
6. Are all of you paragraphs ordered affectively?