An experiment I did recently, thinking about a possible game where the world is made of flat colors.
I’m not a fan of warfare, but I needed an action that was well distinguished at first sight without outlines in the figures.
May continue testing on the same graphic style with other animations.
Art materials are supposed to be expensive, but you can actually make a lot of things with just a couple of Chinese ink drops and water (and bad paper):
The double exposure effect has been used in photography since the beginning of time, but it’s lately that I’ve started to see it more often in photomontages and audiovisual productions, such as the spectacular credits of the popular HBO series True Detective.
This week’s Chuck Wendig’s Flash Fiction Challenge was about trying to make sense from the combination of two random well-known properties and write a short story about it.