octoswan:

super quick storyboards!

octoswan:

super quick storyboards!

theartofanimation:

Loika

fiddlegriffanimation:

To y’all who might be wondering, Canary 751 is definitely still in production, but updates are on a brief break while a short film is being made! Thanks for all the support and love!

scourgefangirl222 asked: Canry is still being made right????

yep! it’s currently on a brief break while I make a short film! :)

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fuckyeahconceptart:

Vance Kovacs for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

tagged as: #dawn of the planet of the apes,
Anonymous asked: can I ask how you pick your colors, they're so vivid??

kelpls:

I ACTUALL Y HAVE NO SYSTEM i just go with my gut ha hahaa. .. but I GUESS IN GENERAL Don’t be afraid to use saturated colors!! AS LONG AS YOU HAVE A BALANCE OF SATURATED AND DESATURATED COLOR YOU WON”T END UP BLINDING YOURSELF!

THIS IS JUST A GENERAL GUIDE cause whether a color looks saturated/ desaturated also depends on the colors around it!! and black and white can kinda go either way depending on things BUT USUALLY AS U MOVE TOWARDS THE GREYS = less saturated

SAT = SATURATED; DESAT= DESATURATED

 here’s a screenshot of my swatches where i sometimes save colors i like!

they’re mostly skin colors though SWEATS.. 

THERE”S ALSO THIS VIDEO THAT I WATCHED TODAY and I actually color in a rly similar way?? SO MAYBE IT MIGHT HELP
omg im not sure if i answered your question

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theartofanimation:

Vivian Ng

theartofanimation:

Vivian Ng

planet-of-the-apes-0809:

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Concept Art

ucresearch:

The visual linguistics of a comic book page
Inside Science recently wrote about the study by UCSD’s Neil Cohn, Navigating Comics, which looks at the underlying structure of the comics language:

People who read the English written word scan text from left to right. Once our eyes hit the end of the page, we stop. Then ding!, like an old-time typewriter, our eyes shift downward and snap back to the left to start reading the next line. This is known as a “Z-path,” as our eyes whip about like the end of Zorro’s sword.
But that linear track gets derailed in comics with complex layouts and Cohn wanted to know if experienced readers had strategies to follow along.
Cohn rustled up 145 participants at the 2004 Comic-Con International, a comic book convention held in San Diego. Participants had varying experience with reading comics, ranging from “never” to “often.”
Each participant was given a booklet containing 12 pages of blank panels. Each page was independent of the rest and used different design techniques.

Read More →
ETA: For anyone who may look at those panels and say: “But, actual comics don’t have sequences/pages/images like those!” — Neil Cohn has a great follow-up post on this research: Violating comics…for science!

ucresearch:

The visual linguistics of a comic book page


Inside Science recently wrote about the study by UCSD’s Neil Cohn, Navigating Comics, which looks at the underlying structure of the comics language:

People who read the English written word scan text from left to right. Once our eyes hit the end of the page, we stop. Then ding!, like an old-time typewriter, our eyes shift downward and snap back to the left to start reading the next line. This is known as a “Z-path,” as our eyes whip about like the end of Zorro’s sword.

But that linear track gets derailed in comics with complex layouts and Cohn wanted to know if experienced readers had strategies to follow along.

Cohn rustled up 145 participants at the 2004 Comic-Con International, a comic book convention held in San Diego. Participants had varying experience with reading comics, ranging from “never” to “often.”

Each participant was given a booklet containing 12 pages of blank panels. Each page was independent of the rest and used different design techniques.

Read More →

ETA: For anyone who may look at those panels and say: “But, actual comics don’t have sequences/pages/images like those!” — Neil Cohn has a great follow-up post on this research: Violating comics…for science!


greekceltic:

hanmonsterart:

queensimia:

animationtidbits:

Understanding Color

23 minutes of all the important bits of color theory. Man, I so could’ve used this when I was in college.

Another super useful and well worded video on art things! Color, in this case. I really like the way this guy talks on stuff.

Really nice vid.

wannabeanimator:

via Flooby Nooby

lohrien:

Frozen Concept Art by Lisa Keene

theartofanimation:

Jordan Grimmer

technicolorchameleons:

animationfx:

A fellow RISD friend Devon is the senior concept artist at Motiga and they are about to be releasing Gigantic, which looks like a whole basket of awesome. The character design and the whole visual layout just straight up wins all the points. 

Check out Devon’s work here: Gorrem

And go to the Gigantic website and watch the video! It will make your brain melt.  

THINGS THAT ARE SEVERELY COOL BUT MY COMPUTER WOULD DIE TRYING TO PLAY.

brotherhoodoftheslice:

fucktonofanatomyreferencesreborn:

A mouth-watering fuck-ton of hand angle references.

By Shadowcross on DA.

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