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Old 04-20-2013, 02:56 AM   #16
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Don't you think it's very important that we see the baby bear's face? It's such a key component in your visual narrative. For all we know, the baby bear might be sneering at him--we can't tell. We need to see the baby bear looking sad/distraught, which will create emotional resonance.
 
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Yeah, I thought about that. At first I was worried about them having eye contact. But, now I'm thinking of ways to have both the baby bears face and them having eye contact in the composition.

What I was thinking is to have the baby com in from the side and twist his head toward Robbie. So you can see the babies face and they can share eye contact.
 
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Here is an update, yay ! I finally found a way to have the cubs face in the composition. Well how is this? or do you guys still favor the other thumb?

 
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I might work, but that's not an angle beneficial for clear readability of the baby bear's expression. What don't you like about the other composition? It reads very clearly, and you can easily adapt to fit the layout you prefer.
 
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I'm very sorry it took sooo long to update this thread :(...........

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I might work, but that's not an angle beneficial for clear readability of the baby bear's expression. What don't you like about the other composition? It reads very clearly, and you can easily adapt to fit the layout you prefer.


Lunatique: While, I honestly don't care for the other one because it feel to plan and it feels wrong to me. Also in this version the viewer is allot closer to the characters. The highest of the shot makes it feel more intimate. Definitely with the eye contact between the two characters.

 
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