but so hard to color their scenes shit

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Favorite Hannibal Scenes
S02E06: Futamono

“The moment I convinced the Chief of Staff to put you in a cell next to me, you were stamped with an expiration date.”

astreamikaelson13  asked:

Favorite scene from each book of The Red Rising Trilogy? 😆😆😆

Oh bloodydamn…. this is going to be hard.

Golden Son is probably the easiest so I’ll start there: When Darrow jumps on the table at the gala all the way through the duel.

Morning Star: The speech to all the low-Colors on Phobos right before he leaves to recruit the Obsidians. 

and Red Rising…when the Howlers cut their way out of horses and scare the living shit out of everyone.

These are the ones I read the most often, but there’s so many others!

So I drew this about a month or so ago (after I watched Trolls for the first time) and colored it fairly recently. I noticed when I first watched it that in one scene (in Branch’s Bunker), one second King Peppy has clothes on, and in the next second he is in his underwear. So I came up with this, just because. I know it has been pointed out before, but I couldn’t help myself.

I’ll also have you know, it’s hard to take this seriously when you are listening to a lot of romance songs. Shit got weird and I had to change the music….

anonymous asked:

how do you choose your color palette?

hi! umm i am very bad at explaining my color choices i’m sorry (usually i just pick colors i….like……) but i’ll do my best ;;

my biggest tip is use reference! save photos/art with colors you like and use those colors in a piece. that’s the easy way. you can also think about different color schemes when you’re picking your colors, but i’m more of an intuitive person and thinking about color in a structured way doesn’t work well for me. i tend to default to monochrome or analogous anyway. the mood of a piece is also really important, it might help to write down some adjectives for what you’re going for and think about what colors will help convey that mood. some are pretty easy, yellows and oranges tend to be warm and comforting, purples tend to be “magical”, red tends to be energetic and can convey anything from passion to danger, or many other things depending on culture and your audience. you can think further, though. what could green convey? what about pink? how would you use blue to make a scene feel warm? stuff like that.

focal point is another thing to consider when picking colors. if you have an all green image with one spot of yellow, everyone will look at the yellow. this is a good tool for drawing the viewer’s eye!

lastly i do a shit ton of touch-ups. i use image > adjustments > selective color a LOT, and color balance too. i also download a lot of vintage photo actions from deviantart and use those too haha, it can be hard to get nice looking colors with your eye alone, so never underestimate the power of tinting >:Dc

i hope this was a little helpful!! if not……..always feel free to ask more questions ♥