David Fincher – Invisible Details

kaptainkristian: A look at the hidden visual effects work of David Fincher’s filmography.

I knew that Fincher used a lot of CGI, but I had no idea how far he had taken this trickery. It’s hugely effective stuff.

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I vs I

Better Letterer

Comic lettering tips from Nate Piekos, who has created some of the industry’s most popular fonts and has used them to letter comic books for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and Image Comics.

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Craft and creativity

Blambot’s comic lettering tips

“These infographics were originally posted on Nate Piekos’s social media accounts, and are collected [on Blambot’s website] for your reference!”

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The surprising pattern behind color names around the world

Vox: Why so many languages invented words for colors in the same order.

Colour namingWorld Color Survey

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SovietWomble – The Art of Subtitles

Project Kino on the invisible art of SovietWomble’s subtitling craft. I’m not familiar with this particular YouTuber, but clever animated subtitling work on gaming videos — typically online shooters — are definitely an artform.

SovietWomble

See also: Vanoss – Crafting Cinema in Video Games