Mystery: How to Create Flow & Improve Scene Interest?
Mystery Create Flow & Improve Scene Interest 💀 👻
Mystery is defined as “A quick search tells us “Something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain.”
Last few days I was inspired by the artist Trent Keniuga. I was watching his YouTube video on Secrets of Thumbnail Drawing. From watching his video, the the technique that grabbed my attention was how easily he created the landscapes using a few shades of gray. I believe he used ranges between 20% – 80%. After selecting at least three, you can create a believable landscape. The mystery to me was creating the flow and placing objects in such a way where they can make for a pleasing story. Therefore, today on the train I set fourth in this journey. My goal was to create a mystery of something. I went on google image search and tried to find something worthy, but I didn’t find much. Working with what I had already started with and limited time, I created the featured image. During lunch hour, I opened up Photoshop and Google Snapseed to finish off processing the images. Please let me know in the comments below if you like my mystery and if you have any tips or tricks to quickly come up with ideas for a scene?
The next day I’m planning on practicing the environment study further. It will probably be on Simmer: How to Show Flow & Promote Scene Passion?
I’m curious to know ⁉️
I was easily able to convert my featured image from TIFF to png, but I failed to convert the Clip Studio image I created. I would really like to know how to import a Clip Studio file into Photoshop? When I get home, I’ll post the other image here, stay tuned! 😍
Feel free to post your creations in the comments below. Also, my grammar and English isn’t that good either, if you see something odd, please let me know!? If you like what you see, please like, re-blog and follow for more inspiration! ¯¯\_(ツ)_/¯