I was wondering... if you have a writer working on a film, or a comic, or whichever else--how do they convey what a character is like, effectively? With visual media, the body language, voice and appearance of a character has a huge effect on how they are portrayed to the audience--so it's important the writer and the actor/artist are on the same wavelength. What I'm wondering is... do you just have them read your story? Perhaps you write out a version of the story which is clear about what they're thinking and feeling at various points, so they can get a grasp of the characters, and communicate that via body language? Anyone have experience in this, or has thought about the subject?