I'm writing a short story (Hopefully two pages) about a Airship captain in a storm. He is the only character, save for his pet, and you never see his face, its covered entirley with goggles and a scarf. He doesn't even talk! I've said stuff like 'The Captain felt the wind pound against him', but I think thats as far as it goes due to relating with him and seeing his pov. I've never directly said his thoughts. My aim is just to show him as a mysterious character who the readers want to know more about, and I'm wondering weither it will backfire and make me seem like a bad writer. Any tips?