Da nush nush.
Genuinely surprised that InDesign has a footnote function.
In addition to the settings stated in the “Flat Lighting” post, remember to hop into the “Shadow” tab and turn the Density down to about 10-20%. This is a very big deal.
Having too much fun.
Put youtube.com in the address bar and hit the space bar for direct YT search. Clever devils.
Boujou and Targa vowed never to fuck around with JPEGs again.
Week #2 - A Prop a Day.
The mask was done with a sketch from the lovely Tiffany Prothero <3
Challenging myself to sketch and paint a prop a day for a month.
Kept simple and exploratory and done simply for enjoyment.
This guy’s a beast.
Can’t get your head around how the damned thing works?
1. Pull up the Animation/Timeline panel -> Create Frame Animation (maybe use the drop-down)
2. Give each frame it’s own layer -> Turn off Visibility for all except the Background
3. Create a frame for every layer (one of the buttons in the Animation/Timeline panel)
4. Select a frame -> Pick a layer -> Make Visible
5. Repeat for every frame.
- The Background layer doesn’t count.
- More than one layer can be Visible per frame (duh).