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Cartoonist Chris Schweizer wrote a handy guide to spotting tangents in your artwork — those pesky spots where elements in a drawing line up in ways that can confuse or mislead a reader.

This is exactly the same thing as the directional (in fact, I shouldn’t even classify it as its own thing), save that instead of empty space dividing a long-line it’s a panel gutter. My gutters are crazy wide, but with normal-sized gutters this can be a real problem.

A directional tangent is basically just a long-line tangent that’s been broken by empty space. Now, this one isn’t always bad – it can, on occasion, be used to draw the reader’s eye through the image on a specifically determined path.

Artist Rashad Alakbarov uses suspended translucent objects to create light and shadow paintings on walls. This one was made with colored airplanes.

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Tuesday Tips — Portfolio 101. With the end of the year/the beginning of the year fast approaching, it’s a good time to revamp your portfolio. These are some quick tips for visual development/character design portfolio. 1. Know what you want on your finish book. Work backwards — decided on how many pages you want, then work from there. 2. Best piece on the first page, second best on the last page, and third best in the middle. (Something that I learned from Art Center... (CONT at link)