A descriptive essay turns you into a creative artist. The pen transforms into a magic paintbrush which paints a capturing picture of the described object.
In your descriptive essay you may depict some place, event, or person, anything that is significant to you and will be interesting to the readers.
Basically you are free to describe anything you want in your essay. Just do it well.
You will hardly need doing any research or (though sometimes it may be necessary) writing a descriptive essay. You can write about something from your point of you.
Essay writers use one of the two methods of description when creating a descriptive essay:
- - They turn for Objective Description to describe physical objects, technical things or present reporting. It is a direct, real to life description of something. The author is inclined to provide the reader with the facts. Objective description lacks emotions and feelings. It does not give the reader an idea of writer's attitude to the object.
- - Subjective ( impressionistic) Descroption is quite the opposite. The reader will see the picture with your eyes and you are to evoke strong feelings in reader's mind. Unlike objective description, it employs all the senses to convey the desirable meaning and achieve the necessary effect. You will share your view of the presented subject. This type of description tends to be very sensual, emotional and thoughtful.
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