I’m not entirely sure how everyone interpreted this prompt, but I took it quite literally. Whether it be squares in rectangles or circles in squares, there’s more than one frame in each shot. Can you find them all?
So many refreshers and new things! Keyboard short cuts are something I always forget to use, but wish I could fluidly. (For example: ‘~’ Brings your timeline sequence to full screen. You’re welcome.) Also, this video goes into rendering. Rendering is a horrid thing that will always haunt me, but this video does a good job of providing a necessary foundation of information. So, it’s a little less haunting.
Prior to editing the ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind’ scene emulation, I knew I was going to have to do some work with coloration. It turned out to be surprisingly easy and this Lynda.com excerpt laid it all out for me.
I know were not supposed to show our face, and I do look a lot like my mother… But I’ve got to give them a shout out. I wouldn’t be in existence without them, soo there’s that.
I love traveling. I hope one day my travels inspire me.
I went to Sea World when I was in 7th grade (which is relatively old, I think). From that point until I was a sophomore (also, somewhat old) in high school, I thought I was destined to be a whale trainer. I’m not sure what that says about me. I’ve given up on training, and instead have designated them my “favorite animal.”
For some reason, these pictures worked well together for me. The colors reminded me of a warm, gradient sunset (which I could really use right about now). From pale yellow, to fire-y orange, to beet (literally- it’s beet juice) pink…