Creating a Dynamic Mood Scene Using Minimal Reference

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00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 8 days ago
Great video, was definitely a great help to my own development. A must have for beginners
00| Release v.1.0 | Standard Use License | 26 days ago
Dom Lay does not zoom out until 32:54, at which point you will see the references he has been using this entire time. I'd recommend that you skip to that point first, so that the process of making the image makes sense to you. Maybe take a screenshot for your second monitor, so you can reference what he's doing. The processes seemed like a doodling session to me, but it all made sense when he zoomed out at the end. I feel like I should watch it again to learn more, but Dom Lay has two superior alternatives to this tutorial: Keeping it simple. Letting story do the work for you. and, Using light to drive a narrative. There is also an intense white noise when the microphone is activated, not unpleasant jazz music in the background. This makes it less than ideal to drown out the white noise with your own ambient music. Dom Lay makes very inspiring and exciting images, I'm better off for having learned from his tutorials. Thanks for reading the feedback! :)
25 days ago
Thanks for your feedback :) I have a much better microphone now to record in future videos, stay tuned!

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