Hello, folks! The purpose of this exercise is to delve deep into a character's mind and tease out interesting eccentricities about them, the bits and pieces of unique information that make them special. Each question is designed to help think about the character more and understand them. Whether you're responding to one question or all of them, hopefully your character speaks to you all through it!
1. People don't behave the same way all the time. In fact, they generally have a mask for every social group -- friends, family, business. Sometimes they have a different mask for different groups of friends. How does your
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Trying to explain nebula painting is like trying to explain how to engineer a bridge (my other profession). If I start at the very basics we'll all die of boredom before we get a beautiful picture. This is an art tutorial, so I will favor pictures over words.
So, lets start with a crucial idea:
The basis of realistic nebula painting is shape randomness.
I have found that my best nebula are those that I didn't plan at all, they emerged from me haphazardly spraying with a brush and then I picked out some cool shapes.
So lets begin:
Step 1: Background Stars
The creation of stars is outside the scope of this tutorial. My method is to use a c
The Yays and Nays of Integrating Planets in Scenes by Chromattix, journal
The Yays and Nays of Integrating Planets in Scenes
Space Art Week
The mention of space art or scenery conjures up, for most, images of ourselves free-floating out there in the darkness of space, with no ground or sky in sight obstructing any of the view. But just as common in the genre are scenes where there is a view from standing on the ground or flying high up but still within the atmosphere of a planet. Often the planet might not look much different from our own Earth. But how can a landscape that looks so earth-like still come across as actually being a different world altogether? A unique sky is often the main selling point to count on. This tutorial will show how regular looking lands