Posts tagged Tips
Posts tagged Tips
People’s mood: Perhaps the easiest way to capture mood is to photograph people. It can be real emotion or staged. If it is staged, be sure the mood of the light is befitting the mood the subject portrays. If you want to capture a pensive moment, create a spotlight and position the person in the highlight with a contemplative expression.
If it’s happiness you want to depict, work in a brightly lit setting that has even light. Shoot with a long lens at its widest aperture. Move the subject away from the background, so he or she becomes the only plane in focus. Wait for the moment when the eyes, mouth, and body language convey the mood you desire.
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I will be posting videos that I love and found very helpful/interesting, but for now you guys can check his videos out separately. (And seriously, I recommend you do so because this guy has pretty rad tutorials and tips for drawing, and I think some painting ones as well.)
Female gamers and LGBTIQ gamers are here to stay, which is wonderful, enriching, progressive… and admittedly â for male caucasian heterosexual 29-year-olds like me â also challenging. We need to drastically reform the way we depict gender in our oh so mature and oh so progressive medium, people.Here is my long excessive attempt at analyzing how character design around gender works, how it currently fails and how to fix it. Let
A very good article to read when wanting to design good female characters. I suggest reading it if you ever want to make a comic, video game, cartoon/animated movie, etc., etc.
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I found this a while back and thought you may like to post it.
Writer Beware makes posts on which publishing houses to avoid at all costs, which words to look for and which words to watch out for in contracts, and several other things that will keep you in control and knowledgeable about the publishing process. I’d suggest reading through the website if you want to avoid getting ripped off, cheated, or scammed.
The follower of the day is splitseconddecision.
I have more followers now and they all need to see this site.
I have an assignment to analyze the industry needs for my desired work placement. I want to share with you what I got from scrolling through the work offers and studio requirements. There are of course some of my personal requirements I think a good artist should have.
About Curves and Lines | “Most of the students in digital art schools want to work for video game companies, so they only want to do “speed paintings”. For them, it means it has to go fast and be dirty (and they are wrong). So when I ask them to do very clean outlines with nice curves, it’s a real nightmare.”
A System for Planning and Timing Animation by Glen Keane