Concept Art for New Project

There’s a kindred animated flair to the roaring ’20s style that’s been used in a lot of recent ongoing advertisements. Even reminiscent of Walt Disney’s “Steamboat Willie” with introducing Mickey Mouse to the world. We’d like to model the look of an upcoming project after this, using Character Animator from Adobe’s Creative Cloud. Can only Read More …

Demo Reel 2016: Garett Weston Thomas

Producer • Director • Editor • Graphic Artist http://directorG.com • garett.thomas@gmail.com   Works Sampled: Talking Movies with PenTV – 105 – https://vimeo.com/152790389 Urban Hustle – https://vimeo.com/72798511 Gulf Coast Civic Works Project – https://vimeo.com/76618348 NOH8: Is It Real Now? – https://youtu.be/uIZYiuIJtZ8 PenTV Morning Lineup – https://vimeo.com/138362694 The King Who Rained – https://youtu.be/kGVluL6LsVo Pen Voice – 219 Read More …

Shared from No Film School: How to Get the Film Noir Look on a Budget

Might any particular attributes stand out when considering film noir? Take harsh shadows? Black and white? Era of ’40s crime? Even Venecian blinds? Indeed, the most distinguish element of film noir is its lighting. In the short tutorial above, Simon Cade of DSLRguide shows you a cheap but effective lighting setup which can assist in Read More …

Shortening Site Links

Over the course of this weekend, each individual movie link has gained a “quick-hand” version, faster to type. Take “Thief” (2006). Now, after our site domain, it’s just adding a slash and then the title, all lower-case and no spaces: http://directorG.com/thief Previously, it utilized the full link below, which is still active and ultimately still Read More …