...when i wasn't doing other stuff
Hi Toby, Always have appreciated your work. I'm working on a podcast episode about the Disney Afternoon and One Saturday Morning using many of the interviewees real voices to create an oral history. I was wondering if you wanted to take part. I've already spoken with Jymn Magon and Tad StonesMy email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks, Jake
Beautiful boards as usual. I've always been meaning to ask, how do you get that beautiful grainy effect while shading your characters? Would request you to share some tips, if you can, on shading and lighting storyboards.
Thanks.The "grainy" look is achieved by using a custom brush called China Marker Tone that a colleague shared with me years ago. It has a texture that simulates the tooth of a story sketch pad. For the soft tone effect I choose 70% gray and make the brush size very large to hide the strokes edge. As my old Cal Arts teacher Ken O'Connor used to say, "Is that clear as mud?". Maybe I will do a demo someday.