Adjectives After Verbs
There are times when an adjective is placed after a verb. This is more common when the verb being used is a "linking verb".
Note: - adjectives don't describe the verb. Adjectives describe the subject that is performing the action.
When using an adjective and a verb together, then the adjective comes after the verb. There are times when one adjective is not enough to describe the noun or the subject that is performing the action. When 2 or more adjectives are used together, then there is a specific order that is usually followed. Please see multiple adjectives.
It is important to understand if an adjective is needed, or if a adverb is needed. There is an easy way to tell. Ask yourself, do I need to define the verb of the sentence? or do I need to define the subject that is performing the action?