Sandra Gilbert writes:
Welcome to Issue #30, “Once Upon an Image...”
Stories are easier to tell in animation form than in just a single image. But even though they are easier to tell, they require an enormous amount of work, planning and dedication on the part of the storyteller. In Issue 30 we take a look at some techniques and tips to tell great stories.
So grab your copy today.
Also be sure to check out our gallery of wonderful images submitted by very talented members of our community.
Table of Contents:
- 7 Elements of Digital Storytelling
- Does Your Character Have Any Feelings
- The Parent Inverse and the Origin of Children
- Rule of Thirds
- The Importance Of Body Language
And Lot More...
Blenderart Magazine Mirrors, Torrents and Online links can be found at:
Reminder: Submissions for issue #31 due December 5th,
Call for Content Issue #31
Sweet, been looking forward to this one. Also can't wait for Under the Microscope! Thanks.
...keep up the good work...keep up inspiring us!...
I take my hat off to all the people at Blenderart. A top quality publication, on time, on target. You should be proud of yourselves. Supposedly specialized magazines with big budgets and start writer cannot match the value per page of your publication.
My best wishes to you all.
Thank you for your kind words. We enjoy doing it.
Great mag! Enjoyed reading it :)
The torrent link points to issue number 29 ;)
That's an oopsie, I'll tell nam.
All better now, feel free to try again. Let me know if you are still having a problem with it.
Thx it's working now :)
Nice release, as always.
The Parent Inverse article was very instructive. I always wondered about this mysterious feature ! Thank you !
I liked the most of articles! Thanks for your work!
Guys, could somebody explain me what means "steepling fingers" (in mean as an action). I couldn't find a translation for the word "steepling".
BTW, I immediately remembered the "Lie to me" serial when i saw this article :)
"Steepling fingers", is when the tips of fingers from both hands are touching, looking somewhat like a pointed steeple of a building, often done to show deep thought or serious consideration.
Ah! I got! Thank you, Sandra!