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DAZ Studio FIGHT SCENES : The Vital Creative Guide
February 1, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm GMTFree – $29.50
At some point in character artwork you’ll experiment with fight scenes, creating high energy artwork that can be effective in grabbing the attention of viewers. There’s a deluge of DAZ Studio poses, props and scenes to set up a confrontation and a shedload of crucial decisions to design a compelling fight scene, so what’s the best approach? If you’re developing a visual story, you will want to design a confrontation to move the story forward and transform your characters.
Drew Spence provides a new comprehensive guide , who has choreographed and rendered dozens of DAZ fight scenes for his published graphic comics. In the real world Drew is a martial arts trainer which provides additional insights into crafting an authentic conflict.
This Two Part Course Includes
- 2.5 hours of tuition
- High definition class recordings
- Class materials
Who is this course for?
- DAZ Studio artists
- Character artists
- Visual narrative creators
- Promo artists
- Artists wanting to gain expert insights on posing and virtual camera placement
Webinar Session Dates/Times/Durations
These webinar sessions are BACK to BACK on the same day, with a 15 minute break in between.
Session 1 : Saturday 1st February FREE entry
Start time : 19:00 GMT (London) / 11:00 PST (Los Angeles) / 14:00 EST (New York)
Duration : 1 hour
Session 2 : Saturday 1st February : PAID entry
Start time : 20:15 GMT (London) / 11:15 PST (Los Angeles) / 14:15 EST (New York)
Duration : 1.5 hours +
Why a fight scene?
- Character development
- Move the story forward
- Exposing flaws in characters
Building the tension
- First encounter of the protagonist/antagonist
- Setting the scene
- Establishing the danger levels
Location scouting and Props
- DAZ Studio scene example and reviews
- Fight props : review
- Western styles
- Eastern styles
- DAZ Studio Fight Pose set resources and reviews
In the midst of battle
- Use all the senses
- Keep it short
- Delete flowery language
Filming styles & Virtual Camera
- “Bullet time”, super hero and secret agent styles
- Camera placement
- Point of view
- Close ups
- Composition tips for fight scenes
Fight Scene Resolution
- Mental and Physical fallout
- The fight has finished : what’s the next hook for the reader?
- Energy/Magic based weapons
- Damage and dirt
- Point of impact
*Course content is subject to enhancements