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From one of our pages in 100 Tuesday Tips – Creating easy color palette, a. This is the simplest way to create color palette on Photoshop. Find an image Filter – Pixelate – Mosaic Color pick a general color

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elioli-art: “ griseldasastrawinata: “ I have several people asking me on how to even start with color when you are not sure? My answer is always look at old master for color inspiration.

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Today’s tip is a very easy one to remember – VARY Your PROPORTIONS! Characters that has varied proportion within their shape tend to be more dynamic and interesting. The ones with equal proportion tends to be more static;

are feature animation artists at Walt Disney Animation Studio. Griz is a character designer & visual development artist. Norm is a storyboard artist.

are feature animation artists at Walt Disney Animation Studio. Griz is a character designer & visual development artist. Norm is a storyboard artist.

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Todays’ tips is very easy to remember – Dynamic Composition do NOT cut your composition in half. Put your ground line anywhere but the middle– ¼, top or bottom is good. Avoid symmetry between top to bottom to make your composition more dynamic.

GrizandNorm, comfortable cropping of compositions!

Cropping can be tricky. I use a very simple trick of cropping things at or ¾. I avoid cropping at any joint or edge to avoid the illusion of something is missing or uncomfortable.

1,822 Likes, 15 Comments - Griz and Norm Lemay (@grizandnorm) on Instagram: “Hello Tuesday!  A quick tip on variety. Depending on your story point, adding a shape variety on…”

A quick tip on variety. Depending on your story point, adding a shape variety on similar characters can add a lot of personality. I like using basic square, triangle and circle.

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Griz and Norm Lemay are feature animation artists at Walt Disney Animation Studio. Griz is a character designer

Tuesday Tips — Composition 101, Rule of 1/3  This is an easy one to remember.  Divide your canvas in third, both horizontal and vertical.  And put your focal point where the line intersect.    Sometimes I don’t always have it right away at my initial sketch, then no worries, just move around your canvas a bit and adjust it.    This example is from KFP Legend of the Masters when I worked with Max Boas and Nate Wragg.  Cheers,  Griz

Tuesday Tips – Composition Rule of This is an easy one to remember. Divide your canvas in third, both horizontal and vertical. And put your focal point where the line intersect. Sometimes I don’t always have it right away at my initial.

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