Thursday, August 30, 2012

illustration - kidchan

kiDChan is extremely talented in conveying a very specific mood/atmosphere.

For an artist, this is achieved through color , composition, balance, textures,
application methods, medium, widths, heights, and more.
For a writer, this is done through overt surface imagery, as well as hints of
language, undertones, shadows, nuances, verbal associations, various
effects of rhythm, onomatopoeia and phonetic pattern. (Source)

Certainly different kinds of artists can learn from each other.  Take a look.
How are these moods accomplished, and what language would you use to
translate them into written word? 

In order to convince your reader that he is there, you must assault each of his 
senses, in turn, with color, sound, taste, and texture.  The most improbable tales
can be made believable, if your reader, through his senses, feels certain that he
stands at the middle of events.  - Ray Bradbury, Zen and the Art of Writing

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