Here are a few important things when doing product photography: Lighting. This is the most important aspect. ISO. Sharp quality photos are best done with low ISO of 100 or less. Shooting with the RAW quality for later editing and... Continue Reading →
Part 03 b: Double page spread The content of this article is based on the review of my work at Kosa Press: http://www.kosapress.com/art-science-fiction-092-ronnie-jensen/ It's rewritten slightly to make it fit this particular DPS assignment. Typography for heading is Futura PT and body... Continue Reading →
Part 01: Short on definition of typography Typography is the arrangements of letters, glyphs, and words in relations to each other and the design surface. It is about selecting a proper font, font sizes, tracking, kerning, line height, legibility, and readability. What... Continue Reading →
Create a mood board and a storyboard using one word as the concept and let it play itself. The word I chose is TAPE (as in that sticky stuff). -------------------- Disclaimer: This article is written before I read it.
Playing with ideas: creating a storyboard for a new title sequence for my favorite movie Alien. Not much beats this classic title sequence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWLs55vPwDY But the task encouraged me to try. Below is the result. A 30 frame redesign thumbnails. Explanation... Continue Reading →
Design a book cover for a thriller book called “The Fall of Imagination” by Sam Wan. Here's the PDF Result in pictures: The style is based on Swiss Style and New York School. White tape, or chalk outline, and evidence... Continue Reading →
Image to analyze: What fundamentals? Shapes are the most prominent fundamental used. Shapes are distorted in an unnatural perspective and create a bizarre world. One could discuss whether lines and colors are the most prominent fundamentals, but I think they play... Continue Reading →