CLIP STUDIO PAINT Tutorial [English / Spanish / Korean SUB] “(5) 3D model and perspective”

CLIP STUDIO PAINT Tutorial [English / Spanish / Korean SUB] “(5) 3D model and perspective”


I am seeing the work finishing as painting characters is done, but the third frame is not started for the matter of instruction order. With a lot of straight lines, it seems difficult to drawn with free hand just like I have done so far.
I will introduce several functions for this situation. With CLIP STUDIO PAINT, various materials such as pattern tone and 3D model can be applied other than brushes. Here’s 3D model of train, so let’s use it. The method of adjusting point of view is the same as ʺ3D drawing doll.ʺ Guide lines can be displayed in the 3D space. The guide will be displayed on the screen by clicking the ruler icon in the ʺLayerʺ palette. You can adjust vanishing points by shifting guide lines with the ʺObjectʺ tool. It is useful when combining the perspective of rough sketch and that of 3D model. You can draw lines along perspective by using vanishing points of 3D space where the train is put now. Set the display range of ruler to ʺDisplay in all layersʺ in the ʺLayerʺ palette. Turn on ʺSnap to special rulerʺ in ʺCommand Bar.ʺ In this situation, you can draw lines along perspective of 3D space with ʺPenʺ tool and so on. Proceed to draw the railway and the front building. Reduce the 3D color of train to monochrome for fitting to the surrounding. Set ʺDisplay decrease colorʺ>>ʺMonochromeʺ effect in ʺLayer Property.ʺ Proceed to draw the backward buildings. These buildings are not with complete one-point or two-point perspective, but manga-like ʺfake perspective.ʺ Hide the vanishing point used for the foreground and create another vanishing point. Use ʺPerspective rulerʺ when drawing lines along perspective. Select the ʺFigureʺ tool>>ʺRulerʺ>>the ʺPerspective rulerʺ toolʺ in the ʺToolʺ palette. Draw a guide line twice along a diagonal line of the building, and vanishing point will be automatically set. You can draw both a line toward a new vanishing point and a vertical/horizontal line. It is one-point perspective. You can add vanishing point to two-point and three-point perspective. By using the function of ʺVector Layerʺ, it is easy to modify a part where lines are crossing in buildings and windows. Not only default materials but original background materials can be registered as ʺMaterial.ʺ Registered materials can be used right away by drag and drop to canvas and the ʺLayerʺ palette. Once the line drawing is finished, create a new ʺRaster Layerʺ and proceed to paint with fill tool. With the window part, select the ʺAuto selectʺ tool and drag with the ʺGradientʺ tool. Don’t paint meticulously in order to keep balance with surrounding frames. Draw cloud in the background with ʺBlurred edge watercolorʺ in the ʺBrushʺ tool. Now, all frames are painted. Looking over the whole picture, there are some parts that are not enough. In the next chapter, I will modify a bit to finish the illustration.

CORPORATE FILMMAKING – Things you NEED to KNOW

CORPORATE FILMMAKING – Things you NEED to KNOW


[Music] Jordy here for cinecom.net! and
welcome to copycat Friday, where we recreate a
popular film technique. And today we’ll recreate those
typical business stock clips which actually aren’t too
bad when filmed properly. These graphical elements that you
saw in the beginning of this video came from rocketstock’s
new package Geneva, and they’re sponsoring
today’s episode as well and we’ll dive deeper into these
elements later in this video. But first up is a scenery, and the key
thing is to have a clean environment. Very typical for corporates and
the client is going to want that too. So, clean everything up and
remove what it’s unnecessary. And next up comes the lighting, which is
actually easier than you might think. There’s one big principle to keep in
mind and that is backlighting. And you can already create this by just
opening the gate behind your subject, or making sure there are
some windows there. If that is no option just put your
lights into the frame at full power and try to shoot at a wide open aperture
so that the background is out of focus. It’s even okay to have your
background overexposed, just one of those typical
corporate video things. Just make sure that when you’re putting
a window or gate in overexposure that you can’t see
anything there. Very typical for business videos
is that blue color look. We’ll add some more of that
in post-production but it’s something that we need to pay
attention to during the shoot as well. You want to make sure that
every lighting is daylight. If the factory has a fluorescent light
on top it’s best to put them off. Make as much use of windows
or daylight balanced lighting. Now, having all cold lighting
will result in bad skin tones. And Kim here looks nearly
dead, as you can see. So, we’ll use one soft tungsten lighting
for the subject, that we’ll place on the front. I’m also adding a grid into my
soft-box as that will bundle the light to only shine on the subject
and not the environment. Since Kim was walking through the space
I created a soft-box on wheels with some clamps and
a wardrobe from Ikea. If you have some extra hands is
of course better to let someone hold it. Now, as for the camera, we’ll put the
white balance at around 3800 Kelvin. This will make sure that the surrounding is
extra blue and the subject a little warmer too. It’s a good balance in between, which gives us
something to play with in color grading. And finally the camera itself. If you want to make it look
epic, film from below, it will make everything look
big and impressive. and, if you can, add some
motion to it as well. We are on a gimbal, which adds
a lot of depth to the scene and we can carry on that movement
in the medium and close up shots as well. [Ambience sound] Time to bring our shots
into post-production. And to make your corporate video really
come to life and give it that premium feel, you want to create
a soundscape. And that means adding
sounds to the visuals. Here’s an example: we see Kim
walking through the garage, there’s no sound, so let’s add some footsteps
to it and background ambience. Now, this brings your scene more to life
and we can add more of such sounds to the visuals that we want
to draw an attention to. Now, often I would record
these sounds myself. After that we’ve shoot the scene, as that allows
me to go very close with the microphone. If there are sounds that I can’t record
myself I download them from the internet. Premium Beat is also one of the channel
sponsors, has great sound effects packs. For single sounds I often
use freesounds.org. It’s not the best library, you often need
to search long to find something good, but it’s all free. Do make sure to attribute the author. You can read more about
their policy on their website. And by the way, I have links about everything
I talked about here in the description below. So, when you record the sounds of every
detail we get the following soundscape. [Sound effects] Next up is the music, and you
want to create an heroic film, showing off how big
that company is, so… …don’t use that typical lounge
music in the background. Instead pick out a song that creates
an heroic vibe that tells success, just be careful it’s
not too Hollywood. [Music] And finally the colors. I’m going
to create a rich contrast. But make sure that you’re not
going to crush the blacks, though. What you can do is
increasing the whites to make sure that no other detail is
visible in the overexposure parts. And next we’ll dive into
the color wheels, where I’m adding some more blue into the
shadows and orange into the mid-tones. This way we’re creating color contrast and
increasing that blue-orange tone even more. Now, if you’re seeing color cast
in your overexposure areas, then add the opposite color in
the whites to neutralise that. You wanna make sure that those areas
are white and not something else. [sound effects] And to really knock that competition away we’re
going to add some graphical elements in there, and the Geneva pack from Rocketstock
is designed in such a way that it works with
any video editor. It is basically a collection of lower
thirds and transition animations. You can simply drag and drop
them to start using them. You do need to add text in there
yourself, which is pretty obvious. But an included style guide helps you
to keep everything tight and clean. You don’t have to make them
part of the scene like we did but it’s a nice extra touch. And actually it’s pretty
simple to create. Inside After Effects
open the tracker, And with your clip selected
click on Track Camera. Now wait until the software
is done with its magic and you should see many tracking
points on your clip now. Right-click on any point where you
like to add a graphical element to and select Create Camera
and null object. Now it’s just a matter of choosing your
graphical animation from the pack and adding some text to it. Then select all the layers from
your elements and say precompose. You then want to bring this
composition into 3D space by enabling this
box right here. Drag and move your composition
to the right spot and link it to the null object that
was created with this whip tool. Don’t forget to enable motion blur for
both the layer and the composition for a natural motion. And it’s that simple! You can select other points if you’d like
to add more graphical elements in there. To find out more about this pack make sure
to visit the first link in the description below and if you scroll down a little bit further
you can find a download link to the After Effects project file with
some free samples from this pack. So, make sure to
click on that. Thank you guys so much
again for watching, make sure to thumbs up this video
if you liked it, but most importantly… …stay creative!

Neon Noir Lightroom Tutorial

Neon Noir Lightroom Tutorial


all right so I’m gonna show you guys how
I’m going to edit this photo it seems to be pretty popular this style so I want
to show you guys how I do it now like what I said last time is I’d like to
find something that is white try to make sure the white balance is correct that’s
usually the first thing I do and by now this could kind of become like an art to
me so it’s pretty quick so I’m gonna increase the contrast all the way decrease
the highlights I’m gonna increase the shadows the whites just until they peak
you see that red that signifies I overdid it something I’ll scale it down
right about there now increase the blacks all the way but that does not mean it’s
gonna stay this way it just means that’s how I like now I like my pictures a
little soft not always too soft but actually I’m gonna eyeball this actually
I like it like that so I mean this is really to your style it doesn’t have to
be exactly the way I do it if you want to have your clarity like there it’s
fine you wanna jack it up that’s fine too so I like my picture soft
people people usually say that I increase the saturation all the way and
shit like that but it’s not that’s not even the case I actually decrease it
there’s no set number it’s just the way I see it if it looks good to me that’s
the way I’d leave it so that’s looking more or less better the way I want it
now I don’t always change the highlights but I think I’ll add a smidgen of purple
just like that barely noticeable there we go so now I like to reduce the noise little
bit to go to luminance and add a vignette something like this, I’m gonna increase the
highlights in the vignette area actually what I would like the way I see this is
I want this to be lit but I want the area around it to be dark but the
vignette’s not cutting up for me so I’m gonna come to the radial filters over
here I’ma lay a filter right over it and Invert it, I’m a decrease
exposure but not too much like I said I’m just gonna eyeball this and however
I see the photo how I envision it that’s what I’m gonna do it
you guys don’t have to copy me exactly I mean if you don’t like something you can
just do it the way you want to do you know I’m just giving you guys like a
base like this is the way I like to do it and you don’t have to like this
completely now I wish I could increase the contrast so what I’m gonna do is I’m
just gonna slowly add more blacks in there there you see not all the way
now I actually maybe maybe I will deal with that vibrant so up a little bit
more okay that looks fine so I want to see
these signs over here in these cables that’s kind of a big point to my picture
and uh I’m gonna go over here and increase the highlights so we can see the brighter parts
starting to come out over here which is what we want
I’m gonna remove this part I’ll do something else right there
increase the highlights there you go it’s time to add more pop to our photo
which is what we want now I’m gonna make another brush this time I’m just gonna
add to the shadows maybe we can change We can change the brush later so it’s fine so like I said this is to each their
their own so however you want to do your photo and that’s up to you but this is
the way I like it and what else can we do
I want more pop in these lights some do yet another brush this time going for
the highlights so you know toss it in there not too much and we want this kind
of wire to shine a little so yeah let’s see how it looks
okay these lights are a little bit too bright so we don’t want that we want
them bright but not too bright and this is basically what you’re doing you’re
gonna paint your picture you know how you see it how you want it this is the
way I envisioned it and actually I envisioned this being a little bit more
but not too much so I’m going to do yet another brush so this is all a process
you know see let’s try 20 okay looks much better so
I’m just adding highlights to places that should have highlights you know
kind of where all this little white sparkle okay that’s good now I don’t
like them being this saturated so I’m gonna actually reduce the saturation a
little bit with you guessed it another brush yeah we don’t want them to look
like tomatoes and like I said there’s no set numbers
to this I mean you do this the way you want to do it and I really really want
to see the top over here because that’s like the main thing for me so the
brushes are not doing it time to increase the exposure a little bit and
some contrast do we have contrast yeah yeah so I’m liking that much better
already you know it’s good but I don’t want the lights to be too bright either
so there you go you have a noealz style photo and I hope you guys are enjoying
this these kinds of tutorials and videos please be sure to subscribe and follow
me on Instagram and if you have any questions or if you want to share your
photo with me be sure to tag me I’ll check it out for sure and I’ll see you
around you

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Pinterest For Photographers | The Hidden Social Media Marketing Tool Trailer

Pinterest For Photographers | The Hidden Social Media Marketing Tool Trailer


– Pinterest is a place that people go to discover, to be inspired. And if you’re the type of photographer that creates inspiring images, well, then it’s kind of where you need to be. A lot of people think that Pinterest is only for mommy bloggers
and DIY craft experts. However, it’s incredibly misunderstood. 250 million people use the
platform every single month to create mood boards and to curate ideas for their next photoshoot. For a lot of photographers,
what’s blocking them is that they don’t understand
how marketing on this channel could help them grow their business. The secret of Pinterest is
that you’re using images you’ve already created. It’s only gonna take you
a couple of hours a month, once you set up your strategy. And that’s what we’re gonna teach you, how to market your
business with the platform. First, we’ll sit down with
a commercial photographer. We’ll show you how to take
your existing content, and show you how to connect
it to your target market to what they’re looking for
when they go on Pinterest. We will also sit down
with an event photographer and talk to them about the
successes that they’ve had on Pinterest over the last year. We’ll define all the confusing terms. We’ll talk abut how to
use a scheduling tool so that you don’t have to
be pinning every single day. Pinterest was made for photographers. It rewards imagery at its core. For you to gain more
visibility for your brand, more traffic to your website, to continue to grow and
expand your presence. I encourage you to take advantage of the step-by-step process
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3 Hitchcock Techniques We Should Copy More


How do you do? My name is Sven and I would like to tell you about my forthcoming video. It’s about Alfred Hitchcock and his lifelong relationship with the audience. In this video I hope to make you all aware of three of his most noble filmmaking techniques. And through it all you can play a most conspicuous part because not only can you appreciate his art, but you can also apply… *Screaming* What is this? Rear Window is my favorite hitchcock film. As a matter of fact, it’s one of my top three films of all time and all filmmakers. It’s a perfectly contained story taking place all in one location and demonstrating what constitutes as he calls it Pure Cinema. Look at the opening shot of Rear Window. This is visual storytelling; not a single word has been spoken. It tells us everything we need to know about where we are, who our hero is, why he is in this particular situation, and because Hitchcock treats the camera as if it was the viewer’s eyes, it engages us to use our curiosity to figure out ourselves, what the story might be. Hitchcock always prefers visual storytelling over dialogue. Partly because he directed nearly a dozen silent films. He never fully accepted synchronized sound cinema: “To me, they’re what I call photographs of people talking. There’s no relation to the art in the cinema.” For him, dialogue is just another sound among all others, so he treats it just as that. “Jefferies?” – “Congratulations, Jeff.” – “For what?” “You got rid of that cast!” “Who said I was getting rid of it?” That’s not to say that Hitchcock films have no dialogue; quite the opposite. But the important information and subtext is still given to us through visuals. “And if you don’t pull me out of this swamp of boredom, I’m gonna do something drastic.” – “Like what?” – “Like what? I’m gonna get married, then I’ll never be able to go anywhere.” You probably already know the difference between shock and suspense. “The suspense story is giving the audience full information before you start. Tell the audience that, then they will scream it out and say “Get out of there, get out of there!” Hitchcock suggests to let the audience know more than the character so that they can worry about the outcome. That is suspense. You keep the audience on the edge of their seats. While surprise or shock… …comes and goes. “The audience will get five seconds of shock.” Instead of the quickly dissipating rush of shock, the emotional involvement of the audience through suspense can be stretched for minutes or more. Suspense is probably the most important technique Hitchcock uses throughout his career. Unlike many other films who turn the audience into an objective spectator, a Hitchcock film entices you to not just watch but to actively figure out the story is and fear for the character. “You’re sure making time tonight, what’s the big rush?” “I want to get to bed, that’s the big rush.” So you’ve pushed your lead character to the brink of failure. And then someone else swoops in and saves the day, just because they happened to stumble upon the scene. “You’re all clear, kid. Now let’s move it, so I can go home.” Sam: “Mom, don’t do it!” Lucy: “Sam…” Sam: “Mom, no!” According to Hitchcock, that is terrible filmmaking. Characters should win or lose, meaning achieve their goals, because of the choices they made that are grounded on their experience and the courage to overcome their fears. So Hitchcock made it very clear as a rule for his films: There can only ever be one coincidence, often at the beginning of the film. Marion: “Do you have a vacancy?” Norman: “No, we have twelve vacancies. Twelve cabins, twelve vacancies. They moved away the highway.” That sets things in motion that are already latently existing, and then from that point forward the film resolves because of the hero and the obstacles she needs to face. Norman: “Cabin one, it’s closer in case you want anything. Right next to the office.” Tell your story visually, think of your film is a silent film where you don’t have the luxury to have characters inform the audience. Use suspense for a long-lasting audience engagement. Give the audience more information than the character so that they can worry about the outcome. Don’t use more than one coincidental event in your film and let everything else be motivated by your characters’ action. So these are my three favorite Hitchcock techniques. I’m surprised how little they’re used today, even though I think they can be pretty much applied to any film genre. Do let me know if there are some other Hitchcock techniques worth adding to the list. I’ll see you in the next video. Thanks for watching!

Why You Shouldn’t Be an Artist

Why You Shouldn’t Be an Artist


Recently I’ve been distracted wasting time instead of being constructive I’ve watched too much and spent my hours wishing for the willpower to be more productive and here’s what I’ve realized There are just too many reasons not to be an artist I don’t have the money to make what I want to make. I don’t have the time to make what I want to make I don’t have the talent or the work ethic or the creativity. I’m inadequate People won’t see what I’ve made What if they do see it and they don’t like it? What if they see it and they like it, but then forget about it straightaway ? I could make that but it’s too boring, too cheesy Too complex. Too similar to that other thing. Too shallow. Too obvious, too pretentious What if I’ve already made the best thing I’ll ever produce? It’s much easier to just consume what other people have already made, because I’ll never be as good as the greats it’s much easier to leave my ideas in my head where they’re safe from my mistakes To be honest, I don’t even know what it is I want to make There are too many good reasons not to be an artist, so I look at myself and ask this: Are you going to let any of them stop you? Are you going to let these thoughts block you? I know my regrets, the time I should have apologized. The girl I should have spoken to I was so mesmerized That person who I forgot to say goodbye That day I should have stood up, but instead stayed quiet Each of those times I heard the reasons and agreed. You can’t do it And now of course I wish that I’d gone through with it One day, I hope to ignore my insecurities set aside my doubts of fine art Have the backbone to push through all of those reasons why not. But most of all one day, I’d like to be as carefree as a child painting a page with delight Because kids don’t worry themselves with the reasons why not, they throw paint out the page just to see what the colors do Because, why not?

Blue Friday Starts November 12th at PRO EDU | Black Friday Photography Sale 2019

Blue Friday Starts November 12th at PRO EDU | Black Friday Photography Sale 2019


(upbeat music) – Baba Kabokeh! Genie here, I’ve been getting all
these requests for AMA and I thought it would be kind of fun. (upbeat music) First question, from Jess. Why aren’t you in a lamp? Well Jess, there’s bottle genies, there’s lamp genies, there’s a box genie and they’re Diaper Genies. Clearly, I’m a box genie, which I think is a pretty cool thing. (upbeat music) Why are you blue? It’s a quality control issue. I would never trust a genie, who isn’t classic genie blue. Are you blue everywhere? – [Lady] What? Okay, next question! (upbeat music) Daenerys, when can I win
my 15 K shopping spree? Well Daenerys, we are
so close on this one. I can feel my powers growing. (whooshing) (upbeat music)

Trick Photography And Special Effects E book Artistic Images Techniques

Trick Photography And Special Effects E book Artistic Images Techniques


hit seven and i just want what you know
if you have a deus alarms of any kind that you can start taking pictures just
like the ones that you’re seeing on this page right now you do not need
inexpensive camera to take pictures like this you just need a basic d_s_l_ are
and here’s why along what people think that if they have the best year that
they can make the best photographs now that is completely untrue especially if
you don’t have the right knowledge and creativity if you have creativity and
ideas and you know about things like composition and light you can make
way better pictures with your camera then the photographer doesn’t know about
those things that has the most expensive twenty thousand dollar cannot be camera
is not important all seat ensure photography in special fax you want to
focus more on the creative an artistic ideas and less about the gear the gears
just a cool but good photographer all know how to use the basic fundamental
principles of photography to take a good image with any camera all the a solarz
they all have a manual mode and that is what i’m gonna be showing you how to use
in this course to create artistic images so if you have
a d_s_l_ are in your house right now don’t care what it is or what it’s
called i’m gonna show you how to use it to create
really artistic images these pictures that you’re seeing right here all these
pictures were made with a nikon d fifty camera which if you don’t know what
other camera that is that’s the first basic entry-level bs or nikon released
back in two thousand five now because it’ll make this camera morgan execute
this one used for two hundred and thirty bucks on evite that’s what i found
recently or if you get a and your camera and if you would still have it be the
most basic entry-level model and still we will take call pictures just like
what you see my hair fact let me show you the little trick that you can use
with any camera ralph about see the little things this says shatter speed if
you raise that number to make it longer whenever you take a picture now your
camera will be on for several seconds taking
picture for that amount of time now this is really cool because what you can do
is take a light and move it around the frame and you can actually record light
rail pathetic and people if u through this technique before twelve
white painting but most people think that all i just i’m sad judges wave a
flashlight around and then it’s done black cially it’s a whole art form in
another self because there are two dozens of different types of lights that
you can use it might contain and all of them have a specific use
you have to know how to move the whites in certain ways in order to create
certain shapes things like that not is the type of stuff that i’m going to be
showing units of the course enough you also have photoshop you can’t get really
creative in addition to just using a camera you
can do both will only be using photoshop for about a
third of everything taught inside so if you have photoshop don’t feel left out
you can still do many many tricks inside of the course
for example in this picture our love given this as an example ’cause it it’s
disallowed people’s attention and justice just funny
and this picture i have a uh… my camera tripod and i was just photograph
in this room here and what i did as i went down to my bank
and i withdrew about eight hundred dollars eight hundred seventy want to be
exact and then after that i went around placing the money in different areas of
the frame and then taking a picture and then i moved the money into a different
place of the friend took another picture and i kept repeating the process over
and over again until finally it looks like i have a million dollars inside of
this room which is really cool election how to do this work is one of simpler
treks and anyone can do it if they have photoshop such as one trick i like to
show our show much more detailed how the full course but
you don’t need the latest and greatest version of photoshop you can use
photoshop sears to see a ps three c s for all related sandwiches csce five and
if you’re using photoshop elements you can use photoshop elements ten and you
can still get away with doing that many things including this trick percent of
the course i suggest to wrap everything all of the inside of the course you’re
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it gives step-by-step instructional content
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that grabs people’s attention and have them wonder how you took the shop
because i get that question so many times in a fresh or pictures to anyone
that all pass the same thing how the heck if you take that picture
bastard out of the course you can all to get people to asking you that same
question and how you can actually get a heads up
on giving more views on your pictures winning photo contests and things like
that also stop a three hundred page he booked on him
view also going to be sending you nine hours of instructional video content you
can visually see each and every individual but now i’m going to be a
portion of my camera each click that i make inside a photoshop seeking
replicate my results exactly step-by-step
without any confusion q_v_c_’s everything i do behind the scenes will
be like literally spending the weekend with me having me show you all the cool
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