Ex Machina is a great example of how a screenwriter’s ability to carefully control a story’s information can make for a compelling film.
A couple of insightful observations on acting craft from Bryan Cranston’s autobiography, A Life in Parts. On preparing for the “Jane’s Death” scene in Breaking Bad: When I do the homework for such a delicate scene, I don’t make a plan. My …
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Disney Legend, Carson Van Osten, created the following Comic Strip Artists Kit, which outlines, “Common problems that occur in comic panel design.” Most of this is directly applicable to how animators compose their shots and design their poses.