The Day Dreamer
A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world.
– Oscar Wilde –
Fantasy is where imagination, dreams, inner thoughts and mythos meet. You capture the magic of a scene that did not exist before and build it around your favorite subjects — a character found in an expressive reality. You adore crafting the impossible adventure, a new kind of visual story.
Your style invites you to explore worlds that go beyond your visible reality; therefore, you rely strongly on products that can help you recreate explorative, and often extravagant, visual scenes. This imaginative adventure is just as important as the facts, events, and details of your life history. But you choose to explore it through the senses in lieu of written details.
Because most of your pages start with a real person or subject in mind, your page actually begins with your photography and how well you can capture your subject relative to the imaginative scene. You invest your time lighting and posing your subjects well plus post-processing your soon-to-be-reinvented photos.
On the page, you concentrate your time on techniques and design concepts that help you build scenes around a visual story with lighting, shadowing, perspective, three-dimensional space, and special effect compositing.
Through your page designs, you’re able to connect your senses with a visual, tangible result — bridging the inward with the outward.
Is that It? Heck no!
We’re just scratching the surface of Day Dreamer Style.
On August 14, I’d like to share with you:
- How Day Dreamers use the SUPER POWER of Master of Magic & Adventure to build stand out pages.
- Plus, show you how Day Dreamers use scenic 2D design as methods and tactics to move your eye around the page.
- Plus, share how Day Dreamers use the art of lighting and shadowing to create eye-catching impact.
- And so much more!
Don’t miss what’s coming up!