Simmer: How to Show Flow & Promote Scene Passion?
Simmer: Show Flow & Promote Scene Passion😍
Today I woke up and quickly looked up the new word, Simmer. It’s defined as to keep (liquid) in a state approaching boiling. This gave me an idea, yesterday I worked on a post Mystery: How to Create Flow & Improve Scene Interest? This post was about creating a similar scene using three shades of gray. However, a few days ago, I wrote a post, which had a featured image that didn’t really tell much of a story. In the same fashion, I think the best way to come up with ideas is to make a list, similar to What’s Fluffy While You Take The Train? As a matter of fact, the scene I created today, used a similar technique and really pulled out the emotion of something brought to a boil.
In addition, the featured image and the image below show flow by promoting the importance of the scene. It does this by utilizing the mid-sized items with more contrast, automatically pointing towards the larger faded out simmer. Coupled with, the little swirls and twists to show singular direction. Let me know in the comments below if you think I did a good job? Is there anything I can improve or remove?
I’m curious to know or your curious to know ⁉️
In Addition, the other day I was testing a new idea of recording a short time-lapse of me drawing these during my commute. As a matter of fact, I will be giving these away freely for your benefit. Should the video be short or long? Furthermore, if your curious to know how to create titles for your posts or even naming, you can read How to Make Tagline That You’ll Love?
In the light of my creations, I want to see 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!? Moreover, if you haven’t already read about me, head over to my about page or Who I Am and Why I’m here? If you like what you see, please like, re-blog and follow for more inspiration! ¯¯\_(ツ)_/¯