This is what happens when you make a pop-up very fast.
This is what happens when you make popups very fast.
I don't think it's a good idea to show the behind-the-scenes of a pop-up. I'm not a big fan of showing behind-the-scenes stuff, but I found some pretty bad stuff and laughed at it myself.
First of all, let me tell you about my PC's hard disks... I had 5 hard drives. It was like Kowloon Castle for a long time. I used to be able to remember where they were, but now I have to search for them. But now I have to search for them, and when I don't know the search word anymore I have to do a treasure hunt.
One of the first ones blew up about 25 years ago, and I was so disappointed that I couldn't remember where it was. I remember that I was so disappointed that my body turned translucent, and I still bring it with me every time I move, like a tomb.
There are quite a few rough drawings and data of the production process that are still there. (The theory is that I just didn't have the time, energy, or inclination to organize them.) Recently, I finally figured out, or rather decided, how to sort them.
So, I decided to sort them. I found a video of me making pop-ups at a very fast pace. I found a photo of me making pop-ups at a very fast pace. I felt that this photo conveys the atmosphere of the production process.
First of all, look at this. I thought, "Popups aren't something you can "make very fast"... I thought. But, At this time, I had to make it very fast.
There is no boundary between "thinking" and "creating. It is not a matter of writing letters or drawing pictures. This is when it is faster to write in letters. I write things down because I do so many things at once and forget them. If I think it is faster to understand the result by making it, I don't write it down. I put shadows on diagrams and so on. I want to verify what I have created in my mind, but I didn't know which was faster, making or drawing. I was not sure whether it was faster to draw or to create, but I decided that drawing was faster. If the actual product does not turn out well, I have to make it over again. But if it doesn't turn out well, I have to make it over again.
By the way I have a good idea of the size of the paper to be used. I can usually get a good impression of the surface.
What do you think? Isn't this easy to understand?
That's enough for today. I will continue to work on Kowloon Castle. See you next time.