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grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips - EYES!Eyes are what convey most of someone’s expression. Body language is important, but “eyes don’t lie”. There’s a reason why someone who’s lying will generally try to avoid eye contact. We are biologically set-up to “read” someone’s inner feelings by looking at their eyes.In storyboarding, if I’m in a real hurry to make a sequence “read” better, I will try to hit the eyes and facial expression as best as I can before anything else, especially if it’s an emotional scene.Have a great Tuesday, everyone!Norm

Character Designers, let’s fight for this in our work.  3D Animators, let’s fight for this in our work.
Great stuff Norm thank you!

bobbypontillas:

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips - EYES!

Eyes are what convey most of someone’s expression. Body language is important, but “eyes don’t lie”. There’s a reason why someone who’s lying will generally try to avoid eye contact. We are biologically set-up to “read” someone’s inner feelings by looking at their eyes.

In storyboarding, if I’m in a real hurry to make a sequence “read” better, I will try to hit the eyes and facial expression as best as I can before anything else, especially if it’s an emotional scene.

Have a great Tuesday, everyone!

Norm

Character Designers, let’s fight for this in our work.  3D Animators, let’s fight for this in our work.

Great stuff Norm thank you!

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Bedroom Monsters Series

With his series entitled "Terror", the photographer Laura Fauvel offers a superb illustration of kids nightmares materialized. Recalling the famous monster hiding under the bed, these pictures show talent and imagination with this legend and staging brave children face their fears.

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If a writer falls in love with you, you can never die.

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fuckyeah1990s:

I don’t get why people care, but heres this from Entertainment Weekly’s Clueless Reunion