Check out this great post from story artist Mark Kennedy that discusses the importance of having visual variety when designing the scenes within your story.
“One of the things I like about “Game of Thrones” is how the art direction is employed in telling the story. The nature of the show is to cut continuously from location to location as several different stories unfold simultaneously. This could easily lead to confusion in the viewer’s mind because there are so many locations that there’s a danger of being disoriented as you go from place to place over the course of an episode. But the creators of the show have carefully crafted each location to have it’s own color scheme (as well as architecture and costume design) so that you always know where you are when locations shift.”… Click Here to read more!
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