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10 Errors To Avoid When Composing Thumbnails


Ron Lemen

Of all the stages in making art, the most confusing and least clarified is the thumbnail stage.  I am working with a few students currently who are having a difficult time recognizing that simple is important, and that the thumbnail is clarifying problems that later will later be encountered in the finish.  Working them out in a simple template is so important to free the mind for the finishing performance in the end. Some feel…

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PARASITE decoded


Greg Ruth

February 21, 2020 - Let me begin to confess the obvious that I adore movies, and always have since I was very young. ADORE THEM. They were and remain for me a place of respite and escape but also where I found myself engaged in a way that helped build my passion for stories and narratives that now occupy most of my working life as an adult. They always made me want to draw and paint and back then- I'm talking the 1970's and 1980's here- and at the time it never occurred to me being able to do so as a job was actually a thing that was possible. Less so then than now- a lot has changed in the intervening years, happily. But to grow up into a world where this not only could become a thing…

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