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Author Topic: What Background Props relate to a Scene?  (Read 1593 times)

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What Background Props relate to a Scene?
« on: December 19, 2018, 06:55:59 AM »
While trying to improve my backgrounds with drawing thumbnails, I've found myself running out of ideas quicker than I'd like when building the scene. For my workflow, it's important that I can keep on feeling out the scene as long as possible without the need for reference so that I can focus on the story - before going back and checking on those.

So take this as a game of sorts and keep on adding as you think up of new ones. You can be as specific or vague as you want.


City : Hydrants, Drains, Side-walks, Coffee-Shops, Street Lamps, Traffic lights, White-collar workers, Construction workers, Street musician

Cabin : Oil lamp, wooden tables and chair, fireplace, rug

Bathroom : Tub, curtains, sink, shelf with mirror, window, toilet