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Here is a comprehensive mini-guide to FRAMING GIFS!
Keep in mind that sometimes, depending on the video and the cinematographers style, it’s going to be hard to get a ‘good’ crop. I’ve run into this problem a lot while gifing work from Lars Von Trier
Lets use Lydia Martin from Teen Wolf as an example.
Here is what the original frame looks like, with no cropping (or sharpening/coloring - I’m lazy) . The gif size is 245 x 137
LILYLUNAWRITES MAKES A CHARACTER PSD // MOODBOARDso i’m releasing yet another character psd because i’m on fire this week apparently! this was meant to resemble a moodboard, and i think it would be probably work for both character graphics and character teasers. everything is labeled and should be fairly easy to use, but please do let me know if you need help. the fonts are neou, times new roman, code light, and antrokasdemo. i’ve included them with the file. click here to download. enjoy!
Clara's character psd #2: We keep this love in a photograph
Simple character psd with three polaroid frames. 100x100 icons fit inside the frames and you can change the text. The font is Code Bold. You can use any gradient you want or just put a simple background layer on it. Preview gradient credit goes to zoeofrphs
I’ve tried to make it as user friendly as possible, but if there are any problems just send me a message.
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This is my tutorial of how to make a moodboard. Sorry for the shit quality, and sorry for how boring I make it look, but to be honest, it really is boring as fuck to do, so.
First let me clarify that you should say “characters who are deaf/hard of hearing.” It’s an honest and very common mistake (even amongst those who are deaf), but people-first language is important. Just doing my part in letting you know! :~)
Here are some resources:
- a similar question - thewritingcafe
- Guide to Writing Deaf or Hard of Hearing Characters Part I: Terminology - roleplayerdevin
- Guide to Writing Deaf or Hard of Hearing Characters Part II: Identity - roleplayerdevin
- Guide to Writing Deaf or Hard of Hearing Characters Part III: Communication - roleplayerdevin
- Guide to Writing Deaf or Hard of Hearing Characters Part IV: Language - roleplayerdevin
- how to write communication with a character who is deaf/hard of hearing - fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment
- a similar question - referenceforwriters
- Advice on Writing Dialogue with Signing Characters - fuckyeahcharacterdevelopment
- Guide to Writing a Character who is Hearing Impaired - northhelps
- Character Development: The Deaf Character - writing-questions-answered
- more resources - characterdesigninspiration
- deaf tag - diversitycrosscheck
As for my unsolicited writing advice: please be sure to make your character more than just “the deaf character.” Give them interests, goals, motivations, fears, and a personality just like you would any other character. They are a character who just happens to be deaf. This part of them will impact their background and personality significantly, but don’t make it all they are about.
I hope this helps!
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