🧵Observations from looking at apsiring story artist portfolios (this advice is generalized):
1. A lot of folks put the horizon line too close to the center. Lowering your horizon line tilting the camera up slightingly will make your shots look more cinematic.
both figure drawing instructors i’ve had have started us with fat models because “fat obscures the skeleton” - which is…not true! and this kind of thinking really hinders people’s understanding of the body. here’s a better framing:
Good ideas never die. I’ve repurposed so many jokes/stories/ideas over the years bc they didn’t work out. Put together a google doc or notebook & bank those "failed" ideas so you can refer to them later.