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Photoshop PAINT AN ENGAGING CHARACTER SCENE

I consider illustration one of the best ways to tell stories. I’m not able to use movement as with animation, or employ multiple comic panels. Instead, I have just one shot, so my illustration choices need to be precise.

It’s exciting to present an idea that mixes characters and backgrounds, but I can get lost easily while I’m constructing the composition. I’m building something from my imagination, so if I don’t put my elements into some kind of order, then I’ll have to spend a lot of time trying to solve a visual puzzle – with no guarantees that elements in the final art will be consistent. Building up a hierarchy

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