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Just some ideas for branding business cards need some help deciding on one : ) Please help hah... Which one should I choose ? 

 

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a l l    o f    t h e m 

 

No seriously, it'd be really lovely to have different designs on the Back (Business card printer services can do this for no extra cost). Just keep the other side with your contact details the same, but have different backs! I did it with my cards and don't regret it a bit! 

That being said, I don't think the two bottom ones show your artistic flare and talent as vibrantly and vividly as the top 4, so perhaps have 4 different backs?

Really love the design for your Business cards though! 



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Yeah if you get them printed with Moo then you can submit multiple 'backs'. No harm in using them all.


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Some FX I did recently for practice, I shall be posting and making more of these for my showreel

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More Fx for the showreel 

 

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Showreel second edit, any crit would be great : )  (WIP)


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Yo looking lovely my dear boy. If you get spare time eventually, try cleaning up a lot of that sketchy look, where for example you have lines intersecting each other, and lines drawn within the shade rather than just along the border. But of course that's just a finishing touch type thing, and it looks all good when you watch through it. 

 

The main thing I think you should look out for and add to if you have time, is with a lot of these animations, you allow elements of your fx to disappear too quickly. And its always a struggle because it can look hella ugly if you go overkill with letting it dissipate totally into fine particles, so I think just try searching for that balance where you break up shapes over time and animate them getting smaller before disappearing. So for example, that dope blue explosion at 0:10 there (the glow is a nice touch btw, luh dat) you have that dusty ring surrounding it that expands out - keep that in for longer, let it break up into smaller strands frame after frame before dropping it.

Same goes for the blue fx itself as it finishes. You got some nice particle action going on in the centre of the frame, but more particles would be real nice. But there's also that big chunky strand in the top right that vanishes suddenly which I noticed haha. Obviously this all a question of how long you wanna spend on each piece, but just look out for those big strands that vanish above all.

 

At 0:21, you got this cyan smoke thinning out and leaving the scene. You really got that creative flare where you can slap colours on the screen and they look darn magnificent, but upon watching bits like that, it needs a little more flow to it. That bit right there, just on those final few frames, kinda looks like a big jitter of those shapes, rather than a direction flow if that makes sense. That's mainly got to do with the shapes of those strands themselves, and how they adapt after each frame and how it should change as a result of its motion. I think more curviness that follow the curve its moving along will defo help.

 

At 0:30, really juicy colours here m8. But if we consider whats going on here, the explosion is coming out and swamping the screen, so the shapes of your shadows should ideally be getting larger every frame. You've done that, and that's how it works, but on one of the final few frames there's an unusual amount of detail (with a greater cluster of shade) and that throws it off a bit. And if I'm seeing it correctly, on that frame, you got this implosion looking concept, where everything is being blown out of the centre, would be good to try and better maintain that across the frames before that.

 

But yh good stuff my friend.


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Thanks Nura, I'll try do some edits once I have all the pieces in but as of now my focus is getting all the work in there heh, good crit though and good eye for things to be fixed : ).

 

Some more FX for showreel 

 

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Newest version of showreel

 


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Trying out a bunch of new and chaotic painting methods, this was fun to make, not sure if its easy on the eyes hah...

 

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It depends on whether you want the audience to see the foreground character - is he the focal point (in which case this isn't working) or is he just the Rückenfigur who acts as a representation of the viewer's gaze in the landscape, a witness to our awe at the majesty of the view in front of him? In which case, this is working fairly well. I would say that you might want to lower the saturation of some of the image so that we have a definite focal point to look at, but that didn't stop JMW Turner when he'd been at the laudanum did it? So I guess it's up to you :)

 

Example of Rückenfiguren in the work of Caspar David Friedrich -

Wanderer above a Sea of Fog

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The Monk by the Sea

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And a spot of JMW Turner at his most psychedelic - Ulysses deriding Polyphemus

 

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Trying out a bunch of new and chaotic painting methods, this was fun to make, not sure if its easy on the eyes hah...

 

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Ahhh so pwetty Kenpai ;-; How did you even start with this?







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