Small details can be the key to allowing a brain to believe or not. Everything has a reason and a place. Cracks, wear patterns, halos, of course, but where, how long, what color, how intense? Our work often causes tension to the mind’s eye because we create places without reason. Discover the reason cracks are present and where to place them. Skip Carpenter explains the art of creating fine details and what is necessary to make the brain believe.
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