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More Starts And Finishes


Vanessa Lemen

A while back, I shared some starts and finishes of my paintings (here), and I thought I'd share a few more that I've done since then. Each one is a little bit different but the overall method of creating abstracts first and then painting into those is the same. Also, I'm highlighting a few paintings here that are similar in color scheme being low chroma indirect paintings. This sort of process can be done with…

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Directors on the art of Storyboarding


Muddy Colors

August 22, 2019 - Storyboard artists are some of the most deft illustrators working in Hollywood. They have to be able to quickly draw an array of subject matter, from imagination, and are often acting as concept artist and cinematographer, all at once. Storyboard artists, and their sensibilities, have a profound affect on how the film will actually take shape. Storyboards are commonly used, especially in high-budget effect films, as having a clear idea of a scene before it's shot saves both time and money. But this wasn't always a common practice. Check out this great documentary about the history of Storyboarding, and how Director, Walt Disney, was responsible for it's conception:     Here is Pixar Director, John Lasseter giving a candid, behind-the-scenes view of what a current Storyboard artist commonly does for a studio:     A…

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