Will you make a tutorial or give tips on how to do water or underwater scenes? Like i keep messing up i just can't get it right... thanks!
I’ll… give it a try hahaha…
Im not sure what kind of underwater scene or water you are working on and there are too many variables that will affect how it should look. For example, the lighting and color in the open ocean vs coral reefs are very different. And vantage point matters too! Are you looking down into the seabed or are you in the water looking up at the surface (in which case all your fishies and swimmers etc will be dark because of back lighting) Your best bet is to look for lots of reference pictures.
But this is how I generally approach any illustration! And now that you know this, go ahead and use your artistic license to break the rules!
Like I did with my illustration. I wanted it vibrant to fit with the rest of the zine!
Sorry my thought process is all over the place… I hope i made sense… and answered your question…
“Let us start over, Takashi. My black paladin. My Shiro. I want to start my life over with you…”
It’s days late but I finally finished this piece for the last entry of shallura week. I was heavily inspired byTHIS SONG(Please listen for the full experience) and got the idea of letting these two take a little ‘escape’ into an underground lake on a planet filled with bioluminescent activity. They deserve some peace and bliss, honestly.
ever since we got deleted scenes, i’ve been thinking about how many times kim tries to connect with trini in the beginning of the film and just,, fails miserably,,, 1. “just talk to me” *trini jumps a ravine to not do that* 2. “do you know my name?” “i’m sorry..” 3. tries to apologize for throwing trini off a cliff but trini is not having it 4. tries to make it seem like she knows who trini is even tho it’s been proven that she doesn’t (!) to which trini kindly informs her it’s biology, good talk kimberly. like damn ok fuck it up kim
“Society, as we have constituted it, will have no place for me, has none to offer; but Nature, whose sweet rains fall on unjust and just alike, will have clefts in the rocks where I may hide, and secret valleys in whose silence I may weep undisturbed. She will hang the night with stars so that I may walk abroad in the darkness without stumbling, and send the wind over my footprints so that none may track me to my hurt: she will cleanse me in great waters, and with bitter herbs make me whole.”
Tbh, I saw Seolhee as kind of pathetic in the past episodes. She was just following Jooman around and not even able to stand up for herself. I saw her as a weak and fragile character. But this scene (plus the break up and the water slap scenes) brought her to a new light.
She is the way she is because of her dream. She did her best to be the best girlfriend because that’s what she needed to fulfill her dream of being a good wife and mother. She took care of all four of them and raised them while they all are away from their families. She has always been that silent support and foundation to all of them.
A lot of people (including me) had belittled motherhood as an occupation thinking that it is a “side job” for women nowadays. Society has made us believe that women in the workforce or corporate world are much cooler than women tending the home. But this opened my eyes that motherhood is indeed a legitimate dream and any woman can work on towards that dream.
Dreams are meant to make you strive hard to be the best that you can be and to make you feel alive. And being a mom can be all that.
Kudos to the writer for incorporating this to the story! Fight My Way is really breaking society’s stereotypes and allowing the smaller voices to be heard.
After the kids saw “Will’s body” being pulled out of the water, there was this scene where Mike was riding his bike home and wiping tears away from his face, and Finn Wolfhard called Shawn Levy out because he said it was one of his favorite scenes and they cut it