This was our progress for the headpiece we used at the DIBF in 2012
So our little movie project has officially started. Anybody who wants to keep tabs on how things progress, is in the right spot here. We started with one of our main characters. Faith Obae was in London so we took the opportunity to
begin the process of her body cast. Bypassing the fancy schmancy (expensive) silicone I wrapped her in cling film first and then with duct tape. Then the whole layer was cut off using safety scissors. We did in two takes to give her some
room and keep things a bit more comfy for her. We ended up watching the Mythbusters Duct Tape Special while wrapping her in Duct Tape. Good times.
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Today we will take a look at how to add some sense of depth to your photographs and thus make them become alive and more interesting to the viewer. By making use of some simple but very effective factors that can be applied at the time of exposure, you can make a your picture pop. Today, we’ll talk about perspective, depth of field, and framing.
There’s rarely a better way of learning web design than to watch over someone’s shoulder for the duration of a complete project; this is your chance to do just that.
Through the course of this web design Session you’ll learn many things from Adi Purdila; from setting up a baseline grid in Photoshop, working with adaptive layouts, refining your coding workflow, to WordPress theme and plugin creation. There’s a lot to take in, but if you stick with it we guarantee you’ll walk away with a host of new skills under your belt.
There’s article after article on websites that talk bout how to make a great logo. But If you’re a logo machine, and you’ve been doing it for a long time, chances are that you’ve developed some pretty awful habits. How do I know this? Because I suffered from some of the same habits I’m about to talk about. A true master of logo creation will refine their work on every project, forcing themselves to get better with each design. It all boils down to a few key things to avoid when you’re creating a logo. While you can take a stab at selling generic logos on places like GraphicRiver, you’ll do your best work when you deeply understand your clients and their company. Read More